Always thought it would be interesting to have a "first to fight" clause in foreign policy.<quoted text>
Really? Did Cheney not get an education deferment? All fair and square. Tell us why Clinton's deferment was not okay. And, you deny that Mitt Romney never served? While he should have, did he not have a religious deferment so he could knock on Parisians' doors to sell the Joe Smith/Brigham Young faith? You deny his two healthy sons never served in the military? Do you or is all of the aforementioned TRUTH not true because it comes from across the border? You deny that Powell was so disgusted with the White Houae gang of 5 that he resigned and more or less abandoned the Republican party? Any more bright intellectual responses like "Pure BS"? "Can you hear us coming?" You still haven't explained why you used that song every day during the 2012 campaign and stopped after November 6. Nothing to do with Romney's sure-thing election, by any chance? Pure BS? Yes. Yours.
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
So, Cheney, who would send thousands of Americans to their death as Sec of Defence and later VP, who never served a day, was okay with his education deferment, but not Clinton. Please explain;
Have you ever explained Romney's two non-military careers? They sure looked healthy on TV. Biden's son served, didn't he? Waiting. As usual, in your very words, I do not expect a reply from you, but rather the same distortions in a week or two.
Powell resigned, totally disgusted at the Iraq WMD sham. Period.
If any member of Congress has a family member in the military they are the first to ship out if they vote to invade.
The children and grandchildren of Congress should also be in the front of the line for any sort of draft.
You know... make sure it is a TRUE belief that we absolutely must invade. If they are willing to send their own... I am on board. The families of Congress should be ineligable for any deferment or exemption. Save medical, and it better be a serious medical condition.