Readers share their views of recent commentary on lohud.com/opinion.
On a Perspective, “Boy Scouts vote acknowledges the world as it is,” on the May 22 decision to allow boys who are gay to join Scouting:
There’s no more freedom of association in America … only compulsory association.
– Denis Ian (via lohud.com)
Boys who lack belief in any gods are still banned.
– Ben Kaufman (via lohud.com)
Still not equal. What a poor example to set for our youth!
— Susan Pesick-Pierro (via Facebook)
I guess “morally straight” will be removed from the Scout Oath.
– Alex Umrichin (via lohud.com)
On a Commentary, “Affordable Care to boost quality,” which states that the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act will provide more Americans with higher quality health care:
Within a year of when this charade is fully implemented, there will be fewer people covered by a plan than before. There are already fewer jobs, less revenue and dramatically higher premium costs. Millions now enjoying fine plans at work will find themselves in low-end, basic plans. …
– Tony Francis (via lohud.com)
If this is so great why don’t unions want it? Why don’t the senators and representatives who voted for it want it? Why do these same senators and representatives get exemptions from it for companies in their states and districts?
– Clifford Albertson (via lohud.com)