Bravo for Scotland, which — according to The Herald — is offering to take in LGBT refugees from Uganda who face persecution because of that country’s draconian anti-gay law.

Canada, the United States, England and other nations should also offer to do the same.

Will Uganda choose to make a sport out of persecuting LGBT people or will it show compassion and allow them to leave?

You’d think, on both a humanitarian level and a financial level (i.e. money saved by not keeping people in prison), that President Museveni would let LGBT Ugandans go, yes?

We shall see . . .