11% 2 votes
89% 16 votes
Very interesting. Really, I have to admit ignorance to how rampant this issue was before a few years ago. I work with lots of ex-military now, and know from them that it is much more common and much more hurtful than I thought. Further, the perpetrators are even more odd to me. Motivate? Free gum? A drink at the local bar? Odd.
I have actually heard arguments from the opposite side and since they exist, I thought I'd make a poll about it.
What is the counter argument? Again, what I find odd is that it happens at all. Just strange to me. Who pretends to be military? Just so strange.
I mean, people do it because a lot of people are prepared to bend over for veterans and soldiers. It is pretty messed up, I would never do it, and no one should ever do it, but making it illegal is a whole other thing. However, if you are doing it in order to get benefits like, you know "free burger for veterans" on veteran's day then it should most certainly be illegal.