Search engine's catchy holiday logos have honored Earth Day, Persian New Year – but not war dead!
Did Google overlook Memorial Day or did they just not want to commemorate our fallen soldiers in all our wars. Was the motive to be politically correct? Or not to ruffle the anti-American feathers of the world? In fact Google ha not commemorated Memorial Day since 1999.
World Net Daily reports:
Since 1999, Google has redesigned its logo for major holidays like Christmas and Thanksgiving, as well as minor ones like Ground Hog Day and St. Patrick's Day. It's even honored artists like Picasso, Monet, and Andy Warhol as well as Earth Day and the Burning Man festival.
"If you go back through the Google archives, you'll find that, although it has over the years commemorated Shichi-go-san being celebrated in Japan, Bastille Day in France, and Korean Liberation Day, it appears that Google has never dressed up its logo for Memorial Day," wrote Newsbusters blogger Noel Sheppard.
Unfortunately, this action can be expected from Google. Last week Google moved to remove certain websites from their news listing because Google deemed them as hate content and not politically correct.
Please remember our fallen soldiers and their families, even though Google did not.