View Poll Results: Should these men be prosecuted under federal law?

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Thread: Should these criminals be arrested, prosecuted and imprisoned?

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    Re: Should these criminals be arrested, prosecuted and imprisoned?

    The draft is UnConstitutional and Gay...
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    Re: Should these criminals be arrested, prosecuted and imprisoned?

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    With all the spying the government and the age of computers does why do we need to still register for the draft? I think the law should be repealed. Besides I think a draft should only be legal should a country attack ours first without provocation.
    Which has pretty much never happened.

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    Re: Should these criminals be arrested, prosecuted and imprisoned?

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Which has pretty much never happened.
    Pearl Harbor?

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    Re: Should these criminals be arrested, prosecuted and imprisoned?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisL View Post
    Pearl Harbor?
    Our blockade of Japan's oil route in WestPac prior to.

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    Re: Should these criminals be arrested, prosecuted and imprisoned?

    Is this an illuminati plot?

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    Re: Should these criminals be arrested, prosecuted and imprisoned?

    I was born in 1959 and was a Corporal in hte USMC and I still had to register.
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    Not 1959-I know that for a fact
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    Re: Should these criminals be arrested, prosecuted and imprisoned?

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Our blockade of Japan's oil route in WestPac prior to.
    So? Pearl Harbor was still attacked. That's an attack by a foreign country on US soil.

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    Re: Should these criminals be arrested, prosecuted and imprisoned?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisL View Post
    So? Pearl Harbor was still attacked. That's an attack by a foreign country on US soil.
    Well that wasn't the point, the key words in his post were "without provocation".

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    Re: Should these criminals be arrested, prosecuted and imprisoned?

    I was born in 1955 and had to register. I'm 1H. 'H' stands for holdover. I escaped the Vietnam war draft by one year.

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    Re: Should these criminals be arrested, prosecuted and imprisoned?

    Quote Originally Posted by mak2 View Post
    I was born in 1959 and was a Corporal in hte USMC and I still had to register.
    SUCKS to be you but I did not. I think my youngest brother did.

    from WIKI
    enatorial opponents of the war wanted to reduce this to a one-year extension, or eliminate the draft altogether, or tie the draft renewal to a timetable for troop withdrawal from Vietnam;[58] Senator Mike Gravel of Alaska took the most forceful approach, trying to filibuster the draft renewal legislation, shut down conscription, and directly force an end to the war.[59] Senators supporting Nixon's war efforts supported the bill, even though some had qualms about ending the draft.[57] After a prolonged battle in the Senate, in September 1971 cloture was achieved over the filibuster and the draft renewal bill was approved.[60] Meanwhile, military pay was increased as an incentive to attract volunteers, and television advertising for the U.S. Army began.[52] With the end of active U.S. ground participation in Vietnam, December 1972 saw the last men conscripted, who were born in 1952[61] and who reported for duty in June 1973. On February 2, 1972, a drawing was held to determine draft priority numbers for men born in 1953, but in early 1973 it was announced that no further draft orders would be issued. In March 1973, 1974, and 1975, the Selective Service assigned draft priority numbers for all men born in 1954, 1955, and 1956, in case the draft was extended, but it never was.[62] The last drafted soldier retired from active duty in 2011.[63]
    Post-1980 draft registration[edit]

    On July 2, 1980, President Carter issued Presidential Proclamation 4771 and re-instated the requirement that young men register with the Selective Service System.[64] At that time it was required that all males, born on or after January 1, 1960, register with the Selective Service System. The Selective Service System describes its mission as "to serve the emergency manpower needs of the Military by conscripting untrained manpower, or personnel with professional health care skills, if directed by Congress and the President in a national crisis".[65] Registration forms are available either online or at any U.S. Post Office.
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