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The Rejection of America's Volunteer Military

Just an old soldier... Wrote: Feb 25, 2013 9:00 AM
Re: NullifyNow, I went back and reread the column twice. It is not an opinion piece, it seems to be simply putting out historical facts of the progression of the WW2 draft. I don't really know where you found all that stuff to get yourself so excited...but it wasn't in the article.
NullifyNow Wrote: Feb 25, 2013 12:16 PM
Just
You have to read between the lines with these TH people. If they had had a moral position about the war on terror (other than the immoral position they held and continue to hold) they would have some street cred to discuss the topic of killing.

But they lost any such credibility. Unless, of course they would like to apologize for their wicked support of unconstitutional and immoral war.

Then I should think they have a leg to stand on.

Your problem is that you have not been paying attention. Or you really are simply THE problem.
Tinsldr2 Wrote: Feb 25, 2013 12:40 PM
NullifyNow Wrote: 10 minutes ago (12:16 PM)
Just
You have to read between the lines with these TH people.........................


Translation I imagine the article to say what i want it to say to fit my tinfoil hat wearing conspiracy theory paranoia....
Wumingren Wrote: Feb 25, 2013 11:17 AM
No kidding! What the heck is NullifyNow smokin' at 6:45 in the morning? Yikes!
NullifyNow Wrote: Feb 25, 2013 12:26 PM
Sheesh, my ipad keyboard is worse than a laptop.
The criminals among us use the media to manipulate Americans into immoral and criminal war.Since TH has yet to demonstrate that truly understands that the war on terror is a hoax, anything they produce short of an acknowledgement and an apology of their support of unjustifiable bloodshed, IS TO BE SUSPECT.

Whoever wrote this article must be suspected of hoping to dupe stupid right wingers who truly love this country to die for fraudulent reasons that pad the pockets of the military, media, globalist, corporate complex.

(Those auto corrections can get quite funny)

Today, we're revisiting the topic of the ages of those who served in the U.S. armed forces during World War 2, because we have new information to add to it!

Before we go any further, the reason we're doing this is because this information plays a key part in one of the projects we're developing behind the scenes here at Political Calculations, which we'll be presenting in bits and seemingly unrelated pieces throughout this year.

So what information are we adding today? Well, it's about the end of volunteerism and the institutionalization...