with war in general?
I couldn't recall when this incident happened but anyways. In my perspective, that's a pretty dumb reason to refuse customer service to our military service members. Our service members aren't the blood hungry killers that our social media makes them out to be. If anything, there's no one else who hates war more than our military service members yet they have to do exactly what our government tells them what to do. They have no say in where they have to deploy, when they have to go to war and why they have to go. They just do what they're told, no questions asked. To me, just because people don't agree with war in general, doesn't mean they should stop supporting the troops (especially after all of what they go through).
- Pitiful that this happened. Understandable that they feel this way about war in general but it's still sad and low of them not to at least give our troops some support.Vote A
- Understand and Agree with why Starbucks refused.Vote B
- No Opinion.Vote C