You may have not have understood the context of what was said.
1. No military spouse would be denied access to the base and it's facilities (commissary, exchange, MWR (Moral/Welfare/Recreation), medical, etc...)
2. No military spouse who resides in military housing would be required to move off base.
Members of the "club" could still use base facilities and could rent them (when needed) just like any other private club or group. What they would loose is Command Sponsorship meaning they are supported by the cognizant command which could include use of that commands facilities free of charge for meetings, other material support, and official inclusion in command communications. Let's take an example. One of my past commands had an auditorium used for training purposes. The Spouse Club would reserve it sometimes in the evening for meetings and planning sessions. Since they had official command sponsorship, they could (a) reserve the room, and (b) there was no charge. Clubs that didn't have such command sponsorship could still meet they just had to find somewhere else to do it. Libraries often have conference room or they could rent a room at Golden Coral if they wished.
Last edited by WorldWatcher; 09-21-13 at 11:47 AM.
People move to different states for a myriad of reasons. And yes, I am pushing an agenda. It is called, "I have a life." It is a good agenda. I noticed you seem to be pushing the same agenda.Why move to a state that doesn't allow it? Pushing an agenda?
when I wish to hire someone, if I offer them 5 bucks and hour and they willfully accept that 5 bucks, by what authority does the government have to get involved in that willful contract?....this is force
by what authority does government have to create laws, which violate my right to association, by dictating to me I have to serve people I do not wish to serve, because that would be involuntary servitude, and illegal as stated by the constitution, and this is force.
Anti-Democracy advocate, Mixed government is the only good government
THE second point to be examined is, whether the [constitutional ]convention were authorized to frame and propose this mixed Constitution.
I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality. - MLK