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07/18/2012

Finally, the anti-equality side of the Boy Scout debate gets dash of high-mindedness

by Jeremy Hooper

From Eugene Delgaudio, natch:


(H/t: Scott Hutcheson)

"Morally"
Sung to the tune of "Aura Lee" by George R. Poulton.

We've heard about dear Turley's plan, And we're here to say, It's sad that such a senseless man Is with the B S A!

Chorus: Morally, Morally, That's the way we like. Do not touch our girls and boys, Just go take a hike.

Chorus:

We have seen just what can come When anyone at all Can get quite close to little ones And frankly, we're appalled!

Morally, Morally, What will it be like If we let the unsavory Get close to our dear tykes?

Chorus:

You say that we should open doors And welcome one and all. With no attention to the boors Who'll make our children bawl. Morally, Morally, Whatever shall be done If we hire Sandusky, and let him near our sons?

Totally not creepy at all. Just adults having an adult discussion about matters of discrimination.

My only question: Why did they blow this crucial piece of discourse on YouTube when Meet The Press was surely ready to bite?!

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