Indiana Rep. Bob Morris thinks Girl Scouts promote homosexuality + Girl Scouts are wrong for allowing transgender kids to join

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This is a hot mess to say the least. Indiana Rep. Bob Morris wrote a long hate filled letter about why he doesn’t support Girl Scouts and how they allow transgender people into their troops and promote homosexuality.

“Many parents are abandoning the Girl Scouts because they promote homosexual lifestyles. In fact, the Girl Scouts education seminar girls are directed to study the example of role models. Of the fifty role models listed, only three have a briefly-mentioned religious background – all the rest are feminists, lesbians, or Communists. World Net Daily, in a May 2009 article, states that Girl Scout Troops are no longer allowed to pray or sing traditional Christmas Carols.

Boys who decide to claim a “transgender” or cross-dressing life-style are permitted to become a member of a Girl Scout troop, performing crafts with the girls and participate in overnight and camping activities – just like any real girl. The fact that the Honorary President of Girl Scouts of America is Michelle Obama, and the Obama’s are radically pro-abortion and vigorously support the agenda of Planned Parenthood, should give each of us reason to pause before our individual or collective endorsement of the organization.”

Interesting. Im still perplexed as to how someone could hate Girl Scouts with such a passion. Maybe he’s angry about some batch of Thin Mints and Somoas that were mysteriously lost in the mail a few years back. Who knows. I applaud the group for teaching young women that people in the LGBT community are people too! Awesome job troops :)

 Source: Towerload

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