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Saturday, September 8, 2018

The "Dare" of Niki is a Message of Failure

The "Dare" of Niki is a Message of Failure     

Dare to do what is Right!

The Niki ad has it backwards.  It is a message of cowardice to our children on how to fail in everything that they do.  Our ancestors set  great examples to Americans by fighting in wars at home and abroad and protecting America against the enemy. Sure, we can dare to be foolish in front of  stadium of people.  Goodness knows, just about every school kid has experienced that sort of dare.  But children grow up and become adults who do not impose their will upon others by exhibiting selfish behavior and inconveniencing thousands of people during their football game. Instead, they set good and dignified examples in society and more importantly, help others.   The Niki ad might sound a bit noble, however there is something bad wrong with it.  It is a slap in the face against Americans, particularly those who fight for our country, past, present and future. It is selfishly one-sided.  Is the Niki example what we want our kids to be?   A far better ad would have been a picture of the American flag and our soldiers landing on the beaches of Normandy with these words "Dare to do what is right!" (Then Niki could expand upon various themes of how exercise and wearing Niki shoes is healthy and safe for all Americans etc)

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