As your daughter gets into higher age groups, particularly her junior and senior high school years, it gets even worse, as some of the "roll models" they will be introduced to are:
In "Amaze: The Twists and Turns of Getting Along," girls from the sixth to the eighth grade will read a quote from Buddha and be encouraged to explore mazes and stone or dirt labyrinths – symbols rooted in pagan mythology and popular within the New Age movement as meditation tools.
They will be briefly introduced to Polish poet Anna Swir, known for her feminist and erotic poems, and Jane Addams, an ardent feminist and pacifist who received a Nobel Peace Prize.
The text features a quote from Harriet Woods, former president of the National Women's Political Caucus – a bipartisan group that endorses pro-abortion female candidates who run for public office.
Elizabeth Gurley Flynn: labor leader, activist, feminist, founding member of ACLU and chairwoman of the American Communist Party
Luisa Moreno: labor leader, social activist, member of the Communist Party, married to delegate of the Socialist Party of America
Simone de Beauvoir: existentialist, French author of feminist books including "The Second Sex," key player in France's women's liberation movement
Rigoberta Menchu: Guatemalan activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner who joined Marxist guerrilla movement
You can read Chelsea Shilling's excellent WorldNetDaily article here.
It looks to me as though the Godly values that helped to make America great are slowing being removed from this once great organization.
The Girl Scouts should be the one place our nation's daughter's are safe from indoctrination by the freedom-hating Marxist left.
God knows they get enough of that from attending government schools.
I have to admit that I love some of the cookies the Girl Scouts sell, but I will have to seriously re-evaluate whether or not I will be buying them in the future.