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posted on Aug, 23 2008 @ 08:03 AM
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Wanna go to war? Then vote for John Warmonger McCain.

After McCain insults his campaign volunteers—calling them prisoner "work release program people"—he agrees with an audience member's comment that, "If we don't reenact the draft, I don't think we'll have anyone to chase Bin Laden to the gates of hell."

McCain has made previous statements that he "would consider" reinstating the draft.

JUST HOW MANY WARS DOES THIS GUY WANT TO FIGHT? From his bomb, bomb bomb Iran idiocy to his one hundred years in Iraq foolishness, McCain has shown he his out of touch with the average American.
There are just causes when we as Americans need to use military force, unfortunately our current leaders don't know the differnce between a just cause and thoughtless folly. Their folly has led to far too many American casualties. JOHN McCain REPRESENTS MORE OF THE SAME.
Don't let McCain Have the chance to reinstate the draft!



And after all Isnt osama bin laden suposed to be dead? Well he is according to Benazir Bhutto..





posted on Aug, 23 2008 @ 08:16 AM
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If he reinstates the draft, he'll have to do it with the help of a Democratic Congress. In other words, there's probably not going to be a draft, unless Charlie Rangel (a Democrat, BTW), finally pushes his draft reinstatement through Congress and the odds of that happening are just a little bit better than zero.

And BTW, whatever happened with Bush reinstating the draft in 2004, and 2006? Nothing. Despite all of the draft fear-mongering from the left, Bush never even indicated support for it, much less an attempt to reinstate it. So here we are in 2008, and once again, the Dems are pushing the fears of a draft in order to scare people away from voting from McCain. I guess some things never change.


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posted on Aug, 23 2008 @ 08:22 AM
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Originally posted by vor78
If he reinstates the draft, he'll have to do it with the help of a Democratic Congress. In other words, there's probably not going to be a draft, unless Charlie Rangel (a Democrat, BTW), finally pushes his draft reinstatement through Congress and the odds of that happening are just a little bit better than zero.



When did bush ever have to get help congress, he just does whatever the f*ck he wants to do, And if mccain gets in to power it will be the same thing with him, and if it does go through congress, they'll pass it, just as they have done for bush.. There all on the same side Democrats, Republicans no Differance.



posted on Aug, 23 2008 @ 08:39 AM
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Well, if that's the case, then we'll have a draft regardless. They're all the same, right?

The truth is, they ARE all the same. They all look out for their own self-interest first, and that self-interest as career politicians generally involves getting themselves re-elected. They will not jeopardize their jobs to support a draft unless circumstances exist which force them to do so.

There will be no draft. Again, this is just Dem fear-mongering. How many election cycles are people going to fall for this? I'm still waiting for that stupid draft e-mail to be circulated by the Dems *again*. Its just a matter of time; they'll just change the name from Bush to McCain; whatever, it still works. Next they'll be telling us that McCain wants to push Grandma down the stairs so he can cancel Social Security.

Again, if you've seen these tactics by the Dems over and over and over and over and over and it never comes to fruition, why believe them?



[edit on 23-8-2008 by vor78]






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