UPDATE: Truth About Guns reports that they have spiked this story with the explanation that “it didn’t pan out.” I have no idea what that means. Maybe it’s a photoshop? This might be a clue -
Does that representative’s signature say “Dipstickia”?!! – Corky
UPDATE 2 – Via The Last Refuge
The letter is not a photoshop. It is a commercial coverage cancellation which some feel makes it different than a personal policy.
The cancellation notification was mailed December 6th. Prior to Newtown etc…, and again people feels it makes a different story.
Bottom line stands quite distinct, at least to me.
[your vehicle is used in ] conjunction with a company that deals in the weapons industry.
That is the reason for the cancellation. No need to project reasoning on to the cancellation notice, just read it. If the vehicle is used in conjunction with a company that deals in the weapons industry they will not provide coverage. Yet GEICO advertise for business from people who use their vehicles to work in the Dept. of Defense.