The Boy Scouts of America has a difference of opinion with Ernst & Young CEO and BSA board member Jim Turley who last month came out against the Scouts' policy of excluding gays from membership or leadership. In short, "Thanks for your opinion, Jimbo, but we got this."
An 11-member special committee, formed discreetly by top Scout leaders in 2010, "came to the conclusion that this policy is absolutely the best policy for the Boy Scouts," the organization' national spokesman, Deron Smith, told The Associated Press. […] The announcement suggests that hurdles may be high for a couple of members of the national executive board – Ernst & Young CEO James Turley and AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson – who have recently indicated they would try to work from within to change the policy. Both of their companies have been commended by gay-rights groups for gay-friendly employment policies.