That's how I feel when I read what people have written about the Sears Heroes at Home Gift Registry, on facebook.
It's a program that they run, people donate, and gift cards are sent out to people who registered and qualified for the program.
They don't have to do it. It's not something you should count on for Christmas. It sure as heck doesn't let you bad mouth Sears or the program just because you didn't get it.
Really, they won't have a Christmas this year? Do you plan ahead? Have you contacted your FRG? There are tons of programs put on by organizations that supply Christmas presents to military families that need help. Operation Homefront does a huge program too.
Most of the comments on facebook have been removed by the administrator of the page, but it was one wife after another bad mouthing anything and everything related to it. Then there were those that complained because they didn't get as much money as last year on the first gift card, and they were pissed. Really?
It's an embarrassment. It's sad to say, but I hope that Sears does away with the program, because why should people give money to support the families when so many are sniveling little bitches? Get a job, an education, and take care of your own families people, and quit complaining about what YOU think you are entitled to.
To Sears, thank you for making this program happen, taking the time, energy and money to run the program (which can't be easy with all those sniveling little people calling all the time and bitching), and for making some military families life easier for providing this program. I for one appreciate all that you do to support the troops.
I'm in a crappy mood tonight, can you tell?