Ready for the Draft?

BOBDN

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The troops in Iraq who were told the road home was the road to Baghdad were just told they'll be staying on a little longer than originally planned.

They are now in Iraq for a one year tour of duty.

First an unnecessary invasion, now a mandatory tour of duty. What comes next? Well, more bodies to replace those who leave after their mandatory tour of duty is over, of course! (That's if the Bush administration doesn't change the rules again when their year is up.)

So where do those new bodies come from? All you young folks who are so enamored of Bush can get ready to show just how much you really love him. If I remember this roadmap you'll be facing conscription in the near future for this occupation.

I don't want to hear any Bush bashing. Just pack your sack and move out.

And I expect many of the rabid Bush supporters here, those who make excuses for and support ANYTHING Bush does, to enlist and show the true extent of their support for Bush and his policies in Iraq.

I don't want to break any laws so I wont post any excerpts from the news. Just turn on the TV or radio and you'll hear all about it.

Oh, and if you don't like Iraq you can probably get your tour of duty changed...............to North Korea.

Nice job Bush and Co. Along with the news this year's budget deficit will hit $455 BILLION WITHOUT THE COST OF IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN INCLUDED and next year will rise to an estimated $475 BILLION I'd say this qualifies Bush and Co. as the WORST administration in the history of the USA.

I'll be looking for you Bush supporters on the news. Boarding troop carriers to show your support for Bush. Don't forget to smile and wave at the cameras.
 

alchemize

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I'm probably not elible...age, job and children. If I was 10 years younger (or maybe even 5) I would have already enlisted. I leave draft dodging to experts such as you and your kin.
 

LunarRay

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Bob suggests:

So where do those new bodies come from? All you young folks who are so enamored of Bush can get ready to show just how much you really love him. If I remember this roadmap you'll be facing conscription in the near future for this occupation.

Alchemize responds:

I'm probably not elible...age, job and children. If I was 10 years younger (or maybe even 5) I would have already enlisted. I leave draft dodging to experts such as you and your kin.

Seems an illogical leap to me...

Bob are you an expert on sush things as dodging drafts and the like?
 

nallur

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Originally posted by: alchemize
I'm probably not elible...age, job and children. If I was 10 years younger (or maybe even 5) I would have already enlisted. I leave draft dodging to experts such as you and your kin.
The list of draft dodgers who still managed to send our men and women to their deaths.
 

alchemize

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Originally posted by: nallur
Originally posted by: alchemize
I'm probably not elible...age, job and children. If I was 10 years younger (or maybe even 5) I would have already enlisted. I leave draft dodging to experts such as you and your kin.
The list of draft dodgers who still managed to send our men and women to their deaths.
My father-in-law was a marine, but left to get married instead of re-enlisting and going to vietnam. Would you call him a draft dodger? Well you could, but if you did to his face, your days would be short in this world.

So your little link is lovely, but it does leave out a few details doesn't it. Would you go? Or would you say "well there are politicians that don't have impeccable military records in the administration. Therefore I will dodge"?

 

alchemize

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Originally posted by: LunarRay
Bob suggests:

So where do those new bodies come from? All you young folks who are so enamored of Bush can get ready to show just how much you really love him. If I remember this roadmap you'll be facing conscription in the near future for this occupation.

Alchemize responds:

I'm probably not elible...age, job and children. If I was 10 years younger (or maybe even 5) I would have already enlisted. I leave draft dodging to experts such as you and your kin.

Seems an illogical leap to me...

Bob are you an expert on sush things as dodging drafts and the like?
OK I pend my comment. Bob, if the draft was put in today, and you were called, would you go?
 

BOBDN

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Originally posted by: LunarRay
Bob suggests:

So where do those new bodies come from? All you young folks who are so enamored of Bush can get ready to show just how much you really love him. If I remember this roadmap you'll be facing conscription in the near future for this occupation.

Alchemize responds:

I'm probably not elible...age, job and children. If I was 10 years younger (or maybe even 5) I would have already enlisted. I leave draft dodging to experts such as you and your kin.

Seems an illogical leap to me...

Bob are you an expert on sush things as dodging drafts and the like?
Why no, LunarRay, I'm no expert on dodging the draft. I've never dodged a draft in my life.

I think Alchemize should find a real expert. Like George Bush.


 

shiner

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Good grief....there is not going to be a draft. Pull your head out and come back to reality.
 

shiner

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Originally posted by: nallur
Originally posted by: alchemize
I'm probably not elible...age, job and children. If I was 10 years younger (or maybe even 5) I would have already enlisted. I leave draft dodging to experts such as you and your kin.
The list of draft dodgers who still managed to send our men and women to their deaths.
Funny how it's ok for Clinton to dodge the draft, burn the flag, and go to the Soviet Union but it's not ok for Republicans to have avoided military duty.
 

BOBDN

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Originally posted by: alchemize
Originally posted by: LunarRay
Bob suggests:

So where do those new bodies come from? All you young folks who are so enamored of Bush can get ready to show just how much you really love him. If I remember this roadmap you'll be facing conscription in the near future for this occupation.

Alchemize responds:

I'm probably not elible...age, job and children. If I was 10 years younger (or maybe even 5) I would have already enlisted. I leave draft dodging to experts such as you and your kin.

Seems an illogical leap to me...

Bob are you an expert on sush things as dodging drafts and the like?
OK I pend my comment. Bob, if the draft was put in today, and you were called, would you go?
If the draft was called today and I was eligible I would of course serve my country. I would, however, add one stipulation. If I'm risking my A$$ for my country then everybody who is eligible had better be risking their A$$ as well. No George Bushes dodging the draft while others are risking their lives to do their duty. No children of politicians or the wealthy and connected skipping out.

If everyone who is eligible serves I have no problem serving.
 

BOBDN

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Originally posted by: shinerburke
Originally posted by: nallur
Originally posted by: alchemize
I'm probably not elible...age, job and children. If I was 10 years younger (or maybe even 5) I would have already enlisted. I leave draft dodging to experts such as you and your kin.
The list of draft dodgers who still managed to send our men and women to their deaths.
Funny how it's ok for Clinton to dodge the draft, burn the flag, and go to the Soviet Union but it's not ok for Republicans to have avoided military duty.
Man, what the hell would you have to talk about if it wasn't for Bill Clinton?

You should celebrate his birthday. Send him a gift. He's the best thing that ever happened to you. Your answer for everything. Your excuse for everything.

Thank God for Bill Clinton.

 

BOBDN

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Originally posted by: shinerburke
Good grief....there is not going to be a draft. Pull your head out and come back to reality.
There was no draft during the Viet Nam war either.

They need the bodies they institute conscription.

One way to avoid it. Get the entire Bush administration the hell out of Washington.
 

nallur

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Originally posted by: shinerburke
Originally posted by: nallur
Originally posted by: alchemize
I'm probably not elible...age, job and children. If I was 10 years younger (or maybe even 5) I would have already enlisted. I leave draft dodging to experts such as you and your kin.
The list of draft dodgers who still managed to send our men and women to their deaths.
Funny how it's ok for Clinton to dodge the draft, burn the flag, and go to the Soviet Union but it's not ok for Republicans to have avoided military duty.
Are you a moron? Was it the draft dodging Clinton who sent our men and women to die in Iraq?
 

BOBDN

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Originally posted by: SuperTool
I am joining Texas Air National Guard, so I can go AWOL till the Iraq war is over.
How
It's easy. As long as your name is Bush.

Best part - you don't even need to show up. Just get in and go AWOL.

 

nallur

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Originally posted by: alchemize
Originally posted by: nallur
Originally posted by: alchemize
I'm probably not elible...age, job and children. If I was 10 years younger (or maybe even 5) I would have already enlisted. I leave draft dodging to experts such as you and your kin.
The list of draft dodgers who still managed to send our men and women to their deaths.
My father-in-law was a marine, but left to get married instead of re-enlisting and going to vietnam. Would you call him a draft dodger? Well you could, but if you did to his face, your days would be short in this world.

So your little link is lovely, but it does leave out a few details doesn't it. Would you go? Or would you say "well there are politicians that don't have impeccable military records in the administration. Therefore I will dodge"?
I'll sign up right after the Bush twins do. How about that?
 

shiner

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Originally posted by: BOBDN
Originally posted by: shinerburke
Originally posted by: nallur
Originally posted by: alchemize
I'm probably not elible...age, job and children. If I was 10 years younger (or maybe even 5) I would have already enlisted. I leave draft dodging to experts such as you and your kin.
The list of draft dodgers who still managed to send our men and women to their deaths.
Funny how it's ok for Clinton to dodge the draft, burn the flag, and go to the Soviet Union but it's not ok for Republicans to have avoided military duty.
Man, what the hell would you have to talk about if it wasn't for Bill Clinton?
Same thing you would have to talk about if it wasn't for President Bush.
 

BOBDN

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Originally posted by: nallur
Originally posted by: alchemize
I'm probably not elible...age, job and children. If I was 10 years younger (or maybe even 5) I would have already enlisted. I leave draft dodging to experts such as you and your kin.
The list of draft dodgers who still managed to send our men and women to their deaths.
Great list. Says a real mouthfull.

Of course there will be those who somehow find a way to defend this outrageous situation - chickenhawks sending everyone else off to do their bidding while they sit on their fat A$$E$ and profit from the war, and the deaths of American service people. Outrageous. Treasonous.

 

nallur

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Originally posted by: BOBDN
It's easy. As long as your name is Bush.

Best part - you don't even need to show up. Just get in and go AWOL.

Now, now... You know our great leader was defending the state of Texas from the invading Oklahomans during Vietnam war.
 

shiner

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Originally posted by: nallur
Originally posted by: shinerburke
Originally posted by: nallur
Originally posted by: alchemize
I'm probably not elible...age, job and children. If I was 10 years younger (or maybe even 5) I would have already enlisted. I leave draft dodging to experts such as you and your kin.
The list of draft dodgers who still managed to send our men and women to their deaths.
Funny how it's ok for Clinton to dodge the draft, burn the flag, and go to the Soviet Union but it's not ok for Republicans to have avoided military duty.
Are you a moron? Was it the draft dodging Clinton who sent our men and women to die in Iraq?
No, he sent them off to places like Bosnia.....nobody sends the military out to die. They send them out to do a mission.

 

gistech1978

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clinton never had a pilot fly him in on an aircraft carrier either.
he never made that pathetic of a display. he knew what he did by getting out of vietnam.
GWB cant seem to come to terms with his "military record."
he was lost in the alcoholic-cocaine haze of the 70s, you probably could convince him he actually was a pilot, he wont remember.




 

BOBDN

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Originally posted by: shinerburke
Originally posted by: BOBDN
Originally posted by: shinerburke
Originally posted by: nallur
Originally posted by: alchemize
I'm probably not elible...age, job and children. If I was 10 years younger (or maybe even 5) I would have already enlisted. I leave draft dodging to experts such as you and your kin.
The list of draft dodgers who still managed to send our men and women to their deaths.
Funny how it's ok for Clinton to dodge the draft, burn the flag, and go to the Soviet Union but it's not ok for Republicans to have avoided military duty.
Man, what the hell would you have to talk about if it wasn't for Bill Clinton?
Same thing you would have to talk about if it wasn't for President Bush.

You mean resident Bush.
 

shiner

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Originally posted by: BOBDN
I'll sign up right after the Bush twins do. How about that?
Ditto. As long as I don't have to share a tent with them.
Not a fan of the ladies eh BOBDN?

Just remember....don't ask, don't tell.
 

BOBDN

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Originally posted by: nallur
Originally posted by: BOBDN
It's easy. As long as your name is Bush.

Best part - you don't even need to show up. Just get in and go AWOL.

Now, now... You know our great leader was defending the state of Texas from the invading Oklahomans during Vietnam war.


:D
 

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