I admit, I have a personal stake in this. My personal military career was pretty calm, but I did serve eight years between active duty and the reserves. And then, I spent several years building a career of reporting on soldiers, including some time in combat.
Many of my friends and family are veterans and active service members, including some real heroes of wounded warriors. I've seen firsthand and reported on what happens when soldiers don't have access to the best equipment and latest technology.
But usually that's the result of human error or incompetence, and it's bad enough. But the idea that employees of an American company would want to actively withhold those advantages from American troops?
That's not working "4 good." At best it's blind, willful ignorance.
And at worst, it's far more self-righteous, foolish--even evil--than anything else the MSW4G crowd claims to oppose.