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Old 01-25-2014, 02:06 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by nitestalker View Post
Why is this "Big" news. The U.S. Taxpayers have sent Pakistan $1.4 Billion dollars per year for a very long time. In 2013 the U.S. sent an extra $8 Billion for food and military training. I really think the American Tax Payer is buying these people any type of weapon they need to kill our soldiers.
Absolutely. If we'd send them food, medical supplies, and such, $1.4 billion, maybe that wouldn't be so bad, but to just enable them to buy weapons to use against their own people and the people of neighboring countries is a crime.
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We interviewed Nick Young the CEO at shot, and I don't remember why we did not discuss this, but I get the impression most of the guys that worked the Booth were ex-Service and I know one was Fmr. Salt Lake City LE....
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If anyone wants to comment on their decision this is the "Contact us" page for Desert Tech. I think their decision is very commendable. It's a shame it cost them a large order.


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Originally Posted by Ez2b View Post
Well maybe they should make some shirts and hats right now because it would probably flying off the shelves
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