11-03-2004, 07:17 PM #1
A vote for Bush should mean a signup for Iraq
I think everyone who voted for Bush, should automatically get drafted to go to Iraq. If you truely believe that the war was the right thing to do, instead of sitting on your fat ass defending it's cause and then re-electing a ****ing mad-man, why not stand up and actually DO SOMETHING about what you believe in.
So how about it? You Bush fanatics talk the talk... why not walk the walk and enlist.
11-03-2004, 07:59 PM #2
So an all voluntary army means What??? The guys that signed on the dotted line to be soldiers knew exactly what they were getting into. That's why its called a volunteer army, air force, marines, navy... What did these guys and gals actually think there was no possiblity of a war... Not to mention, the overwhelming vote by the military was for Bush... so they are walking the walk and talking the talk in a vast majority vote for Bush.
11-03-2004, 08:01 PM #3Originally Posted by Jdawg50
11-03-2004, 08:07 PM #4
I'm too old man... sorry, and I think you missed the point. If you don't want to fight..... you don't have to. Oh, BTW who was it that sponcered the Draft legislation in the House?............ Charle Rangel (D).
I'll leave that word back out there since you obviously have no rebuttle..
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Etymology: obsolete French voluntaire (now volontaire), from voluntaire, adjective, voluntary, from Latin voluntarius
1 : a person who voluntarily undertakes or expresses a willingness to undertake a service: as a : one who enters into military service voluntarily b (1) : one who renders a service or takes part in a transaction while having no legal concern or interest (2) : one who receives a conveyance or transfer of property without giving valuable consideration
11-03-2004, 08:10 PM #5Banned
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and anyone who ever voted for democrat should voluntarily send in those extra taxes you tried to force us to pay
hello ? you there ?
Originally Posted by dean1233
11-03-2004, 08:12 PM #6Originally Posted by BlueCollar
11-03-2004, 08:18 PM #7
Wow, I thought all the animosity was behind us since yesterday.
Last edited by Fat Guy; 11-03-2004 at 08:20 PM.
11-03-2004, 08:20 PM #8
Yeah no shlt. You are complaining about bush- so if Kerry won, can republicans complain about all their dislikes? Get over it you crying little bitch. I dont see your azz in the military so quit talking like you know what the fvck is going on.
Want us to start threads about your welfare programs and tax increases?
Cant have everything you want in this world. If you dont like it: MOVE TO CANADA
11-03-2004, 08:22 PM #9Originally Posted by BlueCollar
11-03-2004, 08:41 PM #10Originally Posted by Fat Guy
11-03-2004, 10:22 PM #11Originally Posted by bermich
11-03-2004, 10:35 PM #12Originally Posted by bermich
Preach it brother
i agree 100%
11-03-2004, 11:17 PM #13
Are Kerry supporters going too cry on every thread? It's over with move on!
11-03-2004, 11:19 PM #14Originally Posted by workdude
11-04-2004, 12:55 AM #15Originally Posted by BlueCollar
11-04-2004, 01:01 AM #16Originally Posted by dean1233
11-04-2004, 01:27 AM #17Originally Posted by dean1233
I further expect that anyone who voted for gay marriage to immediately become a justice of the peace and get into the business as quickly as possible in those states for which it is legal. What? They might actually support something and believe in its merit without actively heading to the "front lines" of the issue? Okay, but it's a controversial topic, so we'll move to something else. Surely this is an outlier.
Stem cell research. California just last night had the courage to take a big step forward in that regard. I can NOT imagine a world in which those who voted for such research are not required to immediately drop out of school, quit their jobs, or otherwise take a seven year hiatus to earn doctorates in biology, molecular bio, genetics, neuroscience, etc, etc. I mean, they're going to vote to support something - they'd best be prepared to serve towards that end at the most extreme outlier possible.
Okay, those are BOTH somewhat controversial topics (though any good political issue is), so let's pick something not as hot button in the last-ditch hopes that your logic might reveal itself as anything other than misguided vitriol. So, on my hometown ballot this go around was an initiative to place far more strict regulations on the greyhound racing industry. I voted for it. Yet, I have not, as of this moment, volunteered my time to serve as an inspector. I have not taken pictures of their holding facilities. I have not taken in five greyhounds as rescued pets. How dare I vote for a policy for which I can not dedicate my time. How dare I. With several issues on the ballot, my obligation to actively participate in each for which I cast a vote one way or the other (at least, as your logic seems to dictate), I don't know how I'll have the time to do much of anything else.
Attack Bush all you want - he deserves it. Attack Kerry all you want - he's equally deserving. But don't let your hatred for either cause you to attack common sense and logic...that's insulting to us all.
11-04-2004, 02:39 AM #18
Don't have to... more like you don't want to. You're a coward.
Originally Posted by Jdawg50
11-04-2004, 02:47 AM #19
I'm expecting my check in the mail Dean, since you have no response....
11-04-2004, 05:01 AM #20
too old here to. I actually lloked at the age requirements back in september 2001. I think the oldest person any branch would accept is 32 and that is for the Navy officer candidate.
Remember it was Charlie Rangle. A democrat who started all this talk about a draft. No college derferments, etc.
11-04-2004, 09:44 AM #21Originally Posted by BlueCollar
11-04-2004, 12:12 PM #22Originally Posted by biglouie250
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