Sunday, August 07, 2011

NASCAR / ESPN Tramples On U S Soldiers

Around 11:45 am central time. 

Watching the Sprint Cup pre race on ESPN they were interviewing David Ragan # 6. and in the background they were playing taps for the crowd. I can only assume they were playing taps for the killed soldiers in Afghanistan from this past weekend. Why else this weekend would they be playing taps at a NASCAR event?

How can ESPN disrespect the people who gave their lives for their country. The producers and the
T V people should of stopped the interview and carried the playing of taps for every American that was watching their pre race program. 

If NASCAR cares about the people who are in the armed forces , ESPN needs to give an apology for being such air heads. 

My God, American servicemen were killed.  

NASCAR got all bent out of shape over the minister in Nashville but they let ESPN trample on spirit of the US Armed forces.

NASCAR, your better then that. ESPN, you have no excuse. 

Someone tell me I'm wrong on what I heard on ESPN

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Nope. I saw it too. Disgusting.

- Owen