Skip to comments.Food Network Reneges on Boy Scout Troop
Posted on 07/23/2005 10:39:02 PM PDT by Coleus
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You are right, which is why I did not include scoutmasters in the post. I belive scoutmasters could hide their homosexuality but it would not be good for the scouts or the homosexual lobby. Gays should just drop ever leading youth programs.
Right, I agree with your post. No homosexual leadership, every in the scouts. If truely closseted, they could get in, but it would not be a valuable role model, and could lead to molestation incidents. As far as morally straight, I agree with this as well, I was commenting on the common term "straight" as in gay or straight. The scouts did not use this term in their oath because of the modern usage meaning a heterosexual. And yes, the homosexual lifestyle is not on the "straight and narrow", in fact it is dangerous and when cohersion is used it is evil.
Thanks for the expansionary post, I did not know about the homosexuality in the Nazis, but it fits the pattern of homosexuals becoming leaders and authority figures in youth organizations, something we were late in working to prevent.
This is an aspect that should be more widely disseminated. Homosexual behavior is a "bonding" behavior in more ways than one. In my company a group of homosexuals gained leadership roles and worked to promote their buddies. I have no doubt that this "teamwork" is involved in many situations involving homosexuals in the marketplace.
The heavy set Italian Iron Chef with the beard is a big Democrat.
The Japanese show was far superior anyways.
Just one more example of the perverted "left" not practicing what they preach.
"FoodTV isn't about controversy, religion or politics. They aren't a political organization, they are a business."
Keep in mind FoodTV made a business decision to send out a camera crew to film the Boy Scouts. They would not have made that decision if they didn't think it would be good for ratings. They anticipated their decision being approved. It was Scripps that made a political decision to overturn the decision, which I agree they have every right to do. But fans of the show also have the right to protest that decision, for whatever good it would do.
I think a better approach would be to approach a network like Christian Broadcasting Network and suggest they do a show on these Boy Scouts.
Didn't know if you'd seen this thread or not.
In reply to post 27:
Here's the link to their leadership.... http://www.scripps.com/corporateoverview/index.shtml
I just received the following e-mail from John F. Lansing, President, Scripps Networks...
"Thank you for taking the time to contact us and to express your concern. The situation involving the Colorado Springs Boy Scout Troop and Food Network's Iron Chef America promotion is an unfortunate misunderstanding on the part of a front-line producer. Food Network has no programming policy that would prohibit inclusion of the Boys Scouts of America in the stories we tell online or on the air. We are in the process of contacting Mr. Maher, Scoutmaster of Troop 99, to let him know that his submission - one of more than 1,500 we have received - has been selected for taping for use on our website and on Food Network. We apologize for this misunderstanding.
John F. Lansing
President, Scripps Networks "
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Mario Balto is a flaming lefty, he has a NYC restuarant which the Bush sisters wanted to dine at, Mario would have no part of it.
"I've long had a crush on Alton Brown."
Me too! He's funny AND smart - always a winning combination.
"Mario Balto is a flaming lefty,"
Besides coming across as a pompous ass who talks down to everyone he was passing out vote kerry crap during the Republican convention in NY and thereafter.
"I've long had a crush on Alton Brown."
I have Alton gaget envy. ;-)
PS Download his French Toast recipe, it's fabulous.
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