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Google Spits on Vets

Enough said on Google, and their leftist philosopy I rest my previous case.

Via Jonah Goldberg at National Review.

"It's kind of sad. They change their homepage logo for all sorts of holidays and occasions. Just last week they paid tribute to Arthur Conan Doyle's birthday. But Memorial Day doesn't seem to rate anything at all.

Update: A reader sends this along:

It's worse than you think. Google doesn't always do logos for the same days every year, but they've never changed their logo for Memorial Day.

Yeah, days like:

-Groundhog Day
-Vincent van Gogh's birthday
-Michelangelo’s birthday
-Monet's birthday
-Leonardo da Vinci's birthday
-World Water Day (Thank God!)
-France’s Bastille Day and La FĂȘte de la Musique
-South Korean Liberation Day
-Canada Day
-Persian New Year

It's not sad - it's lame. It's an insult to everyone who ever served and died on the field of battle. Incidently it was their sacrifice which gave these jerks the freedom to have a Google and enjoy the hugh capitalism from it.

Vet? Pisses you off, let let them know.

Or contact them:

Google Inc.
1600 Amphitheatre Parkway
Mountain View, CA 94043
phone: (650) 253-0000
fax: (650) 253-0001

I doubt they'll answer the phone, probably taking the day off.....on the blood of others they despise.

Just for information here's the management of Google, and I may note that just a cursory search at Open Secrets, show that more than a few are give to Democrats - which explains everything.

Yet those who gave their lives for their country didn't do it for fame or some crappy logo on a webpage. They did it for duty, honor and country. Something those who have no respect for those three or even know what they mean, know about.

Michelle Malkin has a round up of links for Memorial Day, I'm heading to the beach to reflect on those friends of mine and others who didn't make it back to the world, and who gave all they had to give.

Have a Great Day!

UPDATE: didn't forget. Neither did H/t to commenters Ordi and Tim (always vigilant!)


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