All the boy scouts would need to do in such an eventuality suspend certain activity that would make them a fully private orgnization.<quoted text>
Actually we were just one vote away on the SCOTUS from having the BSA declared a quasi-public organization, which means they would have had to follow anti-discrimination laws.
For a supposed legal "expert", you have difficulty understanding that a 5-4 decision is NOT the same as a unanimous one. It's NOT the final answer for all time.
Again, all we need is one more liberal on the court and then the "fundamental constitutional right" will be that gays can't be discriminated against by the BSA.
Scalia & Kennedy will die eventually.......
Indeed this seems to be were this could lead, ironically enough it has been the myraid of lawsuits that have prevented the Scouts from using public facilities that have helped push them twoards being mor of a private organization.
Why not just set up your own youth organization.
Do you really need every group in the world to endorse your feelings on every issue?