Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Why I will not support the Wounded Warrior Project.

Are you fricking kidding me?

They can take their PC crap and shove it.
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"Firearms companies?"



Lew Waters said...

No firearms companies?

They cannot be serious.

What is the military about if not firearms?

Jack said...

The military is about "meals on wheels, Lew.They're just supposed to stand around and get shot whilst waiting to deliver a meal or some other "assistance".

Anonymous said...

Jack, you caught my funny bone and for first time in some time, you have some thing I can think about.

To Lew - Who do you think ex military jobs do some go into Law enforcement, jail guards, security and many other jobs that include firearms.

But if WWP wants to hail their charity in that way, let 'em. Like both you and Kelly said, you don't have to contribute or endorse their cause.

And thank you for the warning, in case some are not interested in endorsing or promoting their project.

Jack said...

At least the director of Soldiers Angels doesn't pay himself $320,000 a year like the director of WWP does.