Yesterday I went to the “Wings Over Gillespie” air show in El Cajon, California. I’ve been to the last ten but I still had to go by myself. My friends just don’t want to get up early to beat the crowds. I need new friends…..
The parking attendant was soliciting for military families in need and he offered me a real nice United States Air Force cap for a donation:
Since I’m the son of an Air Force pilot, I was only too happy to choose the United States Air Force cap for my donation.
When I got home I found that it is an official licensed product.
That’s great, but see that black square. I did that because I didn’t want you, dear reader, to get ahead of things here.
I think that if an official part of the United States Government — i.e., the United States Air Force — has an official licensed product — this baseball cap — it would be reasonable to presume that the official licensed product of the official part of the United States Government might be made in, oh, I don’t know, maybe the United States? Ha!
Made in China! Okay, I can understand that…. kind of…. Actually, no, I can’t. An official licensed product of a section of the United States Government — and the Air Force of all sections! — should be made in the good old U.S. of A.
If America can’t produce products for our own Government, what chance do we have?
And what’s with the “Hecho en China”? Hecho en is Spanish. It’s not English or Chinese. Who are they kidding? Was this made in Mexico for the Chinese? Oh, the horrors of this whole situation. I think I’m going to go take a catnap.
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