Back in September of 2014, a Twitter user posted a picture of a sign located at a military surplus store that summarizes the pride millions of Americans feel regarding this nation’s heritage.
This sign is located in a military surplus store right off base. So much America in this picture. pic.twitter.com/9Q3TbhMdEz
— It’s A Josh Party. (@_GothamsFinest) September 22, 2014
Tackling several issues – faith, patriotism, military, and Christmas – in one unique sign, the store clearly labeled itself “politically incorrect.”
On behalf of those who agreed with its message, the poster was endorsed by “we the people.”
For those inevitably insulted by the proudly pro-American, pro-God message, the store’s proprietors had a succinct message: “If this offends you[,] leave.”
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While this store displayed an unmistakable affinity for traditional American values, it was far from the only military surplus store in the U.S. willing to take such a politically incorrect stance. In 2013, another Twitter user found a memorable bumper sticker that featured a clever joke about then-President Barack Obama.
— Wes Vaughan (@Samurai0462) October 29, 2013
Military Surplus Outlet in South Jacksonville, Ill. boasts of its position, as well. Their official Facebook page touts itself as the “most non-politically correct store in Morgan County.”