Uhmmmmmmmm, maybe someone should remind them what the Corp's motto is.
Hint - Latin for always faithful. Faithful to God, Country, Family and the Corps.
I say fine with the decision (if it's what they want to do it's their right but I do think it's stupid) but what shocks me is that you have to pay a $100 registration fee to raise money for them. I'll remember both the next time they call. Actually they just called me this week so it'll probably be about 2 more weeks until they call back!
Kindergarten teacher Tanya Sue Albritton posted a note on the Wounded Warrior Project Facebook page recounting what she had to tell her class.
“They were very sad,” Albritton wrote. “One little girl wanted to know, ‘Why can’t we share with the soldiers?’”
The little girl was holding a puppy too.
The no-religious-organization rule is obviously a longstanding policy from an organization that does A LOT of good. So now FoxNews has decided to drive a Jesus wedge between a group that helps wounded soldiers and potential donors. Questions: who wins and who loses here? Can't these kind-hearted churchgoes make a donation without doing so through their church and without going to the media? Should donors to the Wounded Warriors and other worthy causes now expect something in return, ideologically at least?
There is absolutely absurd behavior by the church and FoxNews. Another good reason to bring back the draft and let these war hawks stare death and injury in the face.
I mean the last time I checked the Church wasn't asking to be able to dictate how the funds are used or asking for any changes to WW's operations and policy. I fail to see how accepting money with no strings attached would have any negative impact...
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