As others have stated, i have no problem with Norris expressing his views even if i dont agree with them. That being said, im not sure how anyone can firmly agree with him when his points are expressed as:
Instead of showing even a ounce of facts, he makes wild accusations and simply asks a handful of conspiracy theory "questions" to back them up. Again, its his right to say these things, no problem there. The thing i roll my eyes at is people believing him. Then again, Glenn Beck has made a career using these tactics, nothing new.Norris’ column comes in response to a statement released last month by Boy Scouts board member James Turley, who vowed to work from within to change the group’s policy of prohibiting gay scout leaders.
Norris, however, suspects Obama is behind his change of heart. “But is Turley working on his own initiative,” Norris asks, “or has the White House prodded him with perks and favors?”
Norris makes few direct accusations. Instead, he asks a long series of pointed -- and conspiracy-minded -- questions, including: “Is it a coincidence that Turley just announced his resignation as CEO of Ernst & Young (effective June 2013) and that he now is offering the White House a parting pro-gay BSA gift in gratitude for all its presidential favors to him and Ernst & Young over the past few years?”
Turley announced his upcoming retirement last November .