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I don't think people should be forced to register. Some people just can't handle these type of situations and others are born for it. Besides isn't the whole point of not drafting women for repopulation purposes? It's also why they don't draft only childs.
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Yes.
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The last time I've checked, being forced into war isn't a right....nor is being shot.
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I don't know how to elaborate it any further.

The draft only consist of basic training.
The draft ends with basic training.
There is no draft after basic training.
You are not drafted to go to war.
The draft is basic training.

You need to have been through at least 1 year of basic training (what you were drafted to), AND HAVE SIGNED A CONTRACT specifically stating that you are willing to go on international operations, for them to even consider letting you go to war, otherwise it would mandate and breach your rights as a human being, and everyone in the entire country would be opposed to the draft, and the draft would not exist anywhere in the world unless the country was lead by a dictating maniac. After you've been through basic training, you go home. If your country were to go to war, you would still be at home (not drafted), because you didn't sign the contract. You are not sent to war, because you're not drafted to go to war. That's not what the draft is, you're only drafted for basic training.

It's about as morally wrong to go to basic training as it is morally wrong to go to school.

Furthermore, regarding the topic's title. If your country has drafting, then you've already been registered for the draft. You were registered at birth. You don't register for the draft, you answer the draft.
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what would happen if they drafted both the parents of a young child?
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I got a) you're a guy not a female as listed; b) went into great detail of your fling with another enlisted person; c) used as chair/mattress by fling. Interesting.

Personally, if there is a draft, both female and male should be eligible. I think we should follow Israel that has mandatory military service for both sexes.
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Voc666IV wrote:


Kira0309 wrote:


Rujikin wrote:

Yes they wanted equal right an they got it. Part of equal rights is an equal opportunity to die in some piss ant country no one gives a fuck about just like males can.


well that would be stupid..who the hell is going to stay at home and reproduce? I don't see men giving birth anytime soon.


It takes two to tango...


haha you would think, but that is why sperm banks exist xD
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I don't believe in forcing people to register but if you're going to force people to register then everyone should have to register. After all. We all live in this country.
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IshokuOsero wrote:

I don't think anyone should have to register for the draft, whether it's man or woman. Of course either way even if there was a draft again I'm too old for that so it's all up to others at this point.


You're required to register for the draft if you want federal college aid, btw
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I got a) you're a guy not a female as listed; b) went into great detail of your fling with another enlisted person; c) used as chair/mattress by fling. Interesting.

Personally, if there is a draft, both female and male should be eligible. I think we should follow Israel that has mandatory military service for both sexes.


Lol yeah. That draft excuse to brag about it hehe
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Hrafna wrote:

I don't know how to elaborate it any further.

The draft only consist of basic training.
The draft ends with basic training.
There is no draft after basic training.
You are not drafted to go to war.
The draft is basic training.

You need to have been through at least 1 year of basic training (what you were drafted to), AND HAVE SIGNED A CONTRACT specifically stating that you are willing to go on international operations, for them to even consider letting you go to war, otherwise it would mandate and breach your rights as a human being, and everyone in the entire country would be opposed to the draft, and the draft would not exist anywhere in the world unless the country was lead by a dictating maniac. After you've been through basic training, you go home. If your country were to go to war, you would still be at home (not drafted), because you didn't sign the contract. You are not sent to war, because you're not drafted to go to war. That's not what the draft is, you're only drafted for basic training.

It's about as morally wrong to go to basic training as it is morally wrong to go to school.

Furthermore, regarding the topic's title. If your country has drafting, then you've already been registered for the draft. You were registered at birth. You don't register for the draft, you answer the draft.


If we're drafted at birth why do we need to register with our FAFSA?

if the draft was just basic training why did people flee to Canada during I forget which war
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Please if i got drafted i would just lock myself inside i ain't going to war
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lambofgenesis wrote:


Hrafna wrote:

I don't know how to elaborate it any further.

The draft only consist of basic training.
The draft ends with basic training.
There is no draft after basic training.
You are not drafted to go to war.
The draft is basic training.

You need to have been through at least 1 year of basic training (what you were drafted to), AND HAVE SIGNED A CONTRACT specifically stating that you are willing to go on international operations, for them to even consider letting you go to war, otherwise it would mandate and breach your rights as a human being, and everyone in the entire country would be opposed to the draft, and the draft would not exist anywhere in the world unless the country was lead by a dictating maniac. After you've been through basic training, you go home. If your country were to go to war, you would still be at home (not drafted), because you didn't sign the contract. You are not sent to war, because you're not drafted to go to war. That's not what the draft is, you're only drafted for basic training.

It's about as morally wrong to go to basic training as it is morally wrong to go to school.

Furthermore, regarding the topic's title. If your country has drafting, then you've already been registered for the draft. You were registered at birth. You don't register for the draft, you answer the draft.


If we're drafted at birth why do we need to register with our FAFSA?

if the draft was just basic training why did people flee to Canada during I forget which war


Vietnam.


Ryulightorb wrote:

Please if i got drafted i would just lock myself inside i ain't going to war


It's okay. They'd lock you inside themselves, in a high-fashion steel and plastic room.
Posted 6/16/16 , edited 6/16/16
Yes.
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gornotck wrote:


lambofgenesis wrote:


Hrafna wrote:

I don't know how to elaborate it any further.

The draft only consist of basic training.
The draft ends with basic training.
There is no draft after basic training.
You are not drafted to go to war.
The draft is basic training.

You need to have been through at least 1 year of basic training (what you were drafted to), AND HAVE SIGNED A CONTRACT specifically stating that you are willing to go on international operations, for them to even consider letting you go to war, otherwise it would mandate and breach your rights as a human being, and everyone in the entire country would be opposed to the draft, and the draft would not exist anywhere in the world unless the country was lead by a dictating maniac. After you've been through basic training, you go home. If your country were to go to war, you would still be at home (not drafted), because you didn't sign the contract. You are not sent to war, because you're not drafted to go to war. That's not what the draft is, you're only drafted for basic training.

It's about as morally wrong to go to basic training as it is morally wrong to go to school.

Furthermore, regarding the topic's title. If your country has drafting, then you've already been registered for the draft. You were registered at birth. You don't register for the draft, you answer the draft.


If we're drafted at birth why do we need to register with our FAFSA?

if the draft was just basic training why did people flee to Canada during I forget which war


Vietnam.


Ryulightorb wrote:

Please if i got drafted i would just lock myself inside i ain't going to war


It's okay. They'd lock you inside themselves, in a high-fashion steel and plastic room.


well better then dying to a bullet!
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