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SCROOGE! College Professor Says Care Packages To Troops ‘Shameful’ Because Soldiers Kill People

Burial Held For Army Soldier Killed In Afghanistan
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Michael Avery, a law professor at Suffolk University, wants people to stop sending car packages to our Soldiers overseas because “they kill people.”

Avery wrote his opinions in response to a campus effort to gather care packages and support for soldiers overseas, saying it is shameful to solicit support for men and women who go overseas to kill other people.  He said it was wrong for people to seek support from the university.  He also went on to say sympathy for American troops in harms way is not rational in today’s world.   Wow!  Maybe he needs to be airdropped into the mountains of Afghanistan.

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