Rev. Graham to Bob Gates: 'Shame on You' Putting Scouts 'at Risk'
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Evangelist Rev. Franklin Graham took to Facebook on Friday to scold Boy Scouts leader Robert Gates by name for effectively ending the organization's ban on gay leaders. [Full Story]
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