What has always bugged me, and makes me curious. Would this story (1) have even been reported if it wasn't an Army Vet? (2) What makes it more of an issue because he is a Vet?
In my eyes, it shouldn't matter that he is a Vet. It is a constitutional right all citizens have. It should be just as big of a deal if he was just a guy that was denied the purchase.
Before anybody gets upset and tries to say, 'You have never served, you don't get it', I am currently Active Duty. If there is anything that really bugs me is people that believe there military service puts them in a higher level of society.