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The Rejection of America's Volunteer Military

Mr Huehls Wrote: Feb 25, 2013 12:17 PM
There is another liberal progressive unintended consequence lurking behind the current assault by O's administration on the military. The pool from which volunteers are drawn is not all the men and now women between the ages of 18 to 35. A very high percentage in this age range are not eligible for military service, volunteer or otherwise. They are not physically fit enough to get into shape to meet the physical requirements to serve. They also have criminal records. And the last deficiency is they are functionally illiterate. They dropped out of school. They cannot read and comprehend. The upshot of all of this is we will be taking more of the age group that are employable, and leaving a higher percentage of the unemployable.

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...