By Tom Quiner

Girl Scouts of America call human abortion advocate, Wendy Davis, "incredible."

Girl Scouts of America calls human abortion advocate, Wendy Davis, “incredible.”

Wendy Davis is defined by her love of human abortion rights.
She calls abortion “sacred ground.” It’s her religion.
The Texas legislator and gubernatorial candidate is adored by the Girl Scouts of America who just called her “incredible” in a tweet.
What does it say about an organization like Girl Scouts that venerates a person who filibustered a bill that outlawed human abortion when the preborn can feel the pain of the procedure?
Wendy Davis feels no empathy for the preborn.
She used every ounce of her political clout to allow the killing of defenseless beings who can feel the agony of the abortionists’ weapons.
Girl Scouts has crafted the following mission statement:

Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.

Their support for the likes of Wendy Davis reveals the statement is a sham.
I encourage you to say no to Girl Scouts of America the next time you are asked to buy their cookies.

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  1. Sue Smith on January 7, 2014 at 2:11 pm

    Thank you for shining your light on this, Tom! So many of us were brought up in a time when the Girl Scouts were a very honorable organization and it’s difficult to accept that they aren’t that same healthy organization any longer. It takes courage to let go of what was and face up to what is, especially when it’s an uncomfortable truth. The Little Flowers program for young girls is a beautiful virtue-based program that has been welcomed warmly at our parish and filled a need for those of us who seek a program for girls with social, service and educational components.

    • quinersdiner on January 7, 2014 at 2:19 pm

      This was a painful post to write. I’ve known great families involved in the Girl Scouts. But the organization has turned their back on traditional American (and Catholic) values. Thanks for writing. Thanks for reference to the Little Flowers program.

    • John Rozycki on January 7, 2014 at 8:54 pm

      Thank you for your post, Sue. I find it especially difficult to deal with this issue when the Girl Scouts are hosted by Catholic parishes. And informing Catholic parents of scouts is very unpleasant. What to do?

  2. Sue Smith on January 7, 2014 at 9:33 pm

    Exactly right, Dr. Rozyckci. We’ve experienced some of that unpleasantness in our parish and school too, unfortunately. Your question is more rhetorical, I know…but what we’ve seen is that by offering a (better) alternative (e.g. Little Flowers) and hopefully making it attractive, fun, joy-filled and beautiful, we can address evil with an abundance of good. Cursing the darkness alone is never the answer of course, but having an alternative like Little Flowers to point parents toward helps light a candle in our little corner of the world. Like most other arguments of a moral nature in the Catholic Church…if we could just convince people that the Church proposes something much better for them then we’d be in business.

    • John Rozycki on January 8, 2014 at 9:02 pm

      Good point, Sue. John

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