It was about what I expected, maybe not quite as bad. First, I was asked whether I approved of the current policy. Then I was asked about a number of scenarios featuring holy homosexuals and their supportive chartering organizations. Then I was asked if I had changed my initial reaction to the current policy.
Noticeably missing from the scenarios is this much more likely one: "John and his son James joined the Boy Scouts of America relying upon the expressed policy of standing for traditional morality. After the national organization caved to big money corporate interests and sacrificed the youth of America on the altar of political correctness, John and James could not renounce the teachings of their church and the chartering organization and were forced to withdraw from Scouting. How do you feel about this?"
Nevertheless, I made my beliefs known and received a response along the lines of, "It appears you are concerned about the current direction of Scouting. Would you like a local Council representative to contact you?"
I indicted I would. I suppose our local reps feel much the same as me, but I will tell them what I believe, if I ever hear from them.
I’m afraid of this reliance on an online survey / contact us form. Too easily spammed to give a “go homo” vote. And not enough to get a true opinion of the parents whose children are at risk.