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http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/military-officials-women-should-register-draft-n509851

 

What a scary thought. Our poor brothers have to go through persecution, court battles, and imprisonment for conscientious objection and now quite possibly in the near future us sisters may have to fight that same battle.

 

As we get ever closer to the end I can see this coming to fruition. 

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40 minutes ago, Miss Bea said:

Those idiot woman have asked for it, trouble is, our sisters might get flack from such as this. We are just tottering on the edge insanity. Everywhere you look. But for Jehovah...

I think majority of the population will agree with this possible outcome, equality and all. 

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In this country, when boys turn 18 they must register with the draft ... it is mostly a formality that amounts to putting their name on a list.

 

When I turned 18, registering for the draft meant active combat or a five year prison term - unless you could get a classification that kept you from the draft.

 

Several Brothers I grew up with spent five years in Pensacola at the Federal Prison because they refused induction and were unable to secure an undraftable classification. Mostly, this was due to their lack of consistent theocratic activity.

 

Quite a number of the kids I went to school with never came back. A number of others came back "different" and were never the same afterwards.

 

I received a 4D and did not have to worry.

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2 hours ago, Qapla said:

In this country, when boys turn 18 they must register with the draft ... it is mostly a formality that amounts to putting their name on a list.

 

When I turned 18, registering for the draft meant active combat or a five year prison term - unless you could get a classification that kept you from the draft.

 

Several Brothers I grew up with spent five years in Pensacola at the Federal Prison because they refused induction and were unable to secure an undraftable classification. Mostly, this was due to their lack of consistent theocratic activity.

 

Quite a number of the kids I went to school with never came back. A number of others came back "different" and were never the same afterwards.

 

I received a 4D and did not have to worry.

I can see "difference" between my former classmates

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I'm not sure if it's legit or not, I'm doing some research, but a site called "Stars and Stripes" I found while researching the Selective Service laws stated that two house republicans introduced a bill called "Draft American’s Daughters Act". This hits home for me because some of my best friends are between the ages 22-26! And I just turned 28, so if they raise the age limit to 35/42 like rumor on the web has it, It will really hit home...

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21 hours ago, cricket246 said:

I'm not sure if it's legit or not, I'm doing some research, but a site called "Stars and Stripes" I found while researching the Selective Service laws stated that two house republicans introduced a bill called "Draft American’s Daughters Act". This hits home for me because some of my best friends are between the ages 22-26! And I just turned 28, so if they raise the age limit to 35/42 like rumor on the web has it, It will really hit home...

what's about the Dada?

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