They were displeased that the President chose to go on The View, rather than visit them in person.
Doug Powers writes:
Every US president since William Howard Taft has served as the honorary president of the Boys Scouts of America. President Obama accepted his role as honorary president in March of last year. So as you know, when the 100th anniversary of the Boys Scouts came along late last month, Obama decided to… go on The View instead. Hey, when you’re down 14 points with women, an American institution like the Boy Scouts will just have to wait.
However, Obama did record a message that was broadcast to the 43,000 Boy Scouts in attendance at the National Jamboree in Virginia.
Simmah down, boys. Obama chose to do something more historic than the 100th anniversary of the Boy Scouts. He was the first sitting President to appear on a daytime talk show. How cool is that?
Hat tip: Gateway Pundit: Doing Their Duty… Boy Scouts Boo Obama (Video)