"Remember that the people that hid Anne Frank were breaking the law and the people that took her to the camps were enforcing it."
Never owned anything by Nike, and will keep it that way.
You should also check out former New England Patriots defensive end Jake Bequette thriving as an Army Ranger in 101st Airborne
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Well, not about the comparison ...;-)
It isn't about heroism. It's about money.Kaep can wear Nike gear and sew Nike logos on his uniforms, so Nike sees him as a way to make money.Coffee can't wear Nike gear or sew Nike logos on his uniforms, so Nike doesn't see him as a way to make money.BUT there's this: Kaep dishonors his country. Coffee is serving his country.Nike can go pound sand.
Maybe my White Privileged ass is imagining it, but I'd swear the darker a Black American is, the more patriotic/non-Kapernick they are. Does anyone else see this as a general rule?
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