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Bush considering draft?

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posted on Aug, 29 2006 @ 05:53 AM
to reaganwasourgreatest,,

didnt you vote for bush??

didnt you "support your war"??

did you miss the report on 9/10/01 from rumsfeld saying that the dod
cannot find 2 trillion dollars?? and the military needed more money??

thats right we were distracted because cheney "allowed 911 to happen"
he said "the orders still stand, do nothing"

did you not see the "project for a new american century??" please read it
it was concieved PRIOR TO 9/11 and says
"our country needs another pearl harbor" to get things moving

your leader led you into a war to::

a. divert your attention from the missing money....and loose even more!!!!
b. put americans in control of iraq's sweet light crude oil
c. build civil unrest in the middle east, so we can "go in" and take over
d. get support to build new weapons and get more dod funds (they were in need)
e. american population control
f. take our liberties away and freedoms too..
g. get the wmd's back from iraq that WE GAVE THEM in the 1980's iran iraq war
h. didnt you notice on a map?? we are SURROUNDING iran...

the ONLY people in this world that gets to buy oil cheap is/are,,
muslim countries,, that probably pisses some oil execs off,,
everyone should have to pay a high price ,, to them!!

seems like EVERY country, that does NOT give america what it wants,,
gets invaded by us and their government overthrown,,

and this does not disturb you????

you ARE going to support this war,,, with your 16 year old son's LIFE,,
in bushes eyes, and his very own words..........
we are barbarians (except the elite of course) their sons will NOT be going to war!!

i give you my condolences in advance,,, god bless you

posted on Aug, 29 2006 @ 06:01 AM
The fact that branches of the armed services are enacting involuntary call up of reservists should start alarm bells ringing. If they are doing that then logically they cannot provide enough service personnel from the current ranks.

The next logical step after that is to then start a military draft, nothing short of involuntary servitude really.

posted on Aug, 29 2006 @ 02:10 PM
One needs only to look at the Vietnam War to see what will happen. Most of America is against the war we are already involved in, in Iraq. I think that might well be straw that breaks the camel's back for alot of U.S. citizens. At the very least there would be major, huge protests and possibly rioting in the streets. I know I would never let the govt take my son, if I had one, for a war that I think is senseless.

posted on Aug, 29 2006 @ 04:23 PM
So, what if everyone just said no?
Maybe they anticipate this so need some staged event to cause enough outrage to get the volunteers moving. Kinda scary to think of but I just don't trust our leaders not to pull that kinda stunt. After all, they got enough proxies and slush money to pull it off


posted on Aug, 29 2006 @ 04:31 PM
I think a draft would be an bad idea

[edit on 29-8-2006 by bih]

posted on Aug, 31 2006 @ 06:01 PM
I'm sure they will force a draft after the elections but in order to do so, they will need another terrorist attack to get this rolling along. I'm curious what the good American people will do? I'm curious as to what reaction a draft will have on the American public ? Any ideas?

posted on Oct, 8 2006 @ 09:16 PM
Unless im being drafted by an NFL team,im not going anywhere.
Theres no way id put my butt in the hands of this administration.

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