The attacks on BSA are another prime example of the book's premise of how the left cannot tolerate anything that is wholesome, moral, or good.
Like anyone else, homosexuals, atheists, and agnostics... again, I say, "like anyone else... are also "noble, wholesome, and good". Unless you disagree and maintain that they are evil people. And yet the BSA officially singles them out. There isn't anyone here who has said the BSA is "evil" or that they should be eliminated. If you believe so, please point their statements out. We are saying that the BSA should remove that clause from their hiring rules, and treat all people like equals. ALL people. Because that, above all denominations, is "noble, wholesome, and good".
Ken, when talking about something like bigotry, which is the focus of this thread and the criticisms of the BSA, we are necessarily going to have to address causes and effects of the bigotry, and that necessarily means going on related tangents. But the reasons are still the same. Many of us here are trying to explain why we are criticizing the discriminatory practices of the BSA, not the good that the group does, which it certainly does do, too.