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Since: Jul 10

Texarkana, TX

#41 Sep 25, 2012
Seargent Meathead wrote:
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yes, my name is truely fitting, I am a self-aware person who does not try to deceive. What's your excuse?
But I'll play your game. Prove Maze wrong about you. Show us all someone on this thread who brought up selective service regarding your argument, other than yourself of course. Because, as Maze pointed out, it's nothing more than an argument that you created to change the premises of the argument you could not win.
Like I said ole' chap, who brought up Selective Service? Ten bucks say's it was you!
I have not deceived, nor tried to deceive anyone.

This statement is wrong. "Republicans do not send us to war, we volunteer when we take an oath and join the military. Let's be clear about that."

Congress, including republicans, sends soldiers to war. Read the Constitution, they are the only ones authorized to do so.

This statement is wrong. "The bottom line, nobody can send you to war unless you have volunteerd to join one of the branches of the military. Which again, does not have an "opt out" clause for war. Maybe you think a member of congress can came to your house and send you off to war without volunteering."

Congress can institute the draft any time they wish, it has been done in the past, and if there is a need, will be done in the future. So they have, can and probably will send folks off to war without volunteering. Which is why I mentioned selective service and it's purpose. Then you might read through 10 USC 13 which defines who constitutes the militia which the Constitution mentions. http://uscode.house.gov/download/pls/10C13.tx...

Here is a tidbit for you.

The militia of the United States consists of all able-bodied
males at least 17 years of age and, except as provided in section
313 of title 32, under 45 years of age who are, or who have made a
declaration of intention to become, citizens of the United States
and of female citizens of the United States who are members of the
National Guard.

Now, prove anything I have said to be wrong. I have no idea what you want me to prove about maze being wrong about me. If you have a specific example I would like to hear it.
Giggles

Texarkana, AR

#42 Sep 25, 2012
Farron: Aren't you a lawyer? I get that impression about you. Either a lawyer or an accountant...but lawyer is my #1 choice.

Don't get me wrong, I think you're very smart and good at arguing. I do think you're arguing with the wrong people right now. There are far too many "took mah jerb" kinda people on here who jump at the chance to call someone a commie if they disagree with something they've said (or have been perceived to say).

That being said: Get back to work! ;)
i need a job

Texarkana, TX

#43 Sep 25, 2012
i need a job. i am about to go crir stazy.

Since: Jul 10

Texarkana, TX

#44 Sep 25, 2012
Oh, now Giggles,

The gun forums have been a bit slow as of late, so I come here for a bit of entertainment. lol

You should have picked your second choice BTW. And yes, I need to go get to work on the house.

Have a good day.

“PINO Ball Buster!”

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#45 Sep 25, 2012
farronwolf wrote:
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I have not deceived, nor tried to deceive anyone.
This statement is wrong. "Republicans do not send us to war, we volunteer when we take an oath and join the military. Let's be clear about that."
Congress, including republicans, sends soldiers to war. Read the Constitution, they are the only ones authorized to do so.
This statement is wrong. "The bottom line, nobody can send you to war unless you have volunteerd to join one of the branches of the military. Which again, does not have an "opt out" clause for war. Maybe you think a member of congress can came to your house and send you off to war without volunteering."
Congress can institute the draft any time they wish, it has been done in the past, and if there is a need, will be done in the future. So they have, can and probably will send folks off to war without volunteering. Which is why I mentioned selective service and it's purpose. Then you might read through 10 USC 13 which defines who constitutes the militia which the Constitution mentions. http://uscode.house.gov/download/pls/10C13.tx...
Here is a tidbit for you.
The militia of the United States consists of all able-bodied
males at least 17 years of age and, except as provided in section
313 of title 32, under 45 years of age who are, or who have made a
declaration of intention to become, citizens of the United States
and of female citizens of the United States who are members of the
National Guard.
Now, prove anything I have said to be wrong. I have no idea what you want me to prove about maze being wrong about me. If you have a specific example I would like to hear it.
Why do you keep avoiding this? So, once again, I will ask. Show us all someone on this thread who brought up selective service regarding your argument, other than yourself of course. Because, as Maze pointed out, it's nothing more than an argument that you created to change the premises of the argument you could not win.

Are you going to keep avoiding this?

“PINO Ball Buster!”

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#46 Sep 25, 2012
farronwolf wrote:
<quoted text>
I have not deceived, nor tried to deceive anyone.
This statement is wrong. "Republicans do not send us to war, we volunteer when we take an oath and join the military. Let's be clear about that."
Congress, including republicans, sends soldiers to war. Read the Constitution, they are the only ones authorized to do so.
This statement is wrong. "The bottom line, nobody can send you to war unless you have volunteerd to join one of the branches of the military. Which again, does not have an "opt out" clause for war. Maybe you think a member of congress can came to your house and send you off to war without volunteering."
Congress can institute the draft any time they wish, it has been done in the past, and if there is a need, will be done in the future. So they have, can and probably will send folks off to war without volunteering. Which is why I mentioned selective service and it's purpose. Then you might read through 10 USC 13 which defines who constitutes the militia which the Constitution mentions. http://uscode.house.gov/download/pls/10C13.tx...
Here is a tidbit for you.
The militia of the United States consists of all able-bodied
males at least 17 years of age and, except as provided in section
313 of title 32, under 45 years of age who are, or who have made a
declaration of intention to become, citizens of the United States
and of female citizens of the United States who are members of the
National Guard.

Now, prove anything I have said to be wrong. I have no idea what you want me to prove about maze being wrong about me. If you have a specific example I would like to hear it.
By the way. Today, right now, there is no draft. As a result, congress can not send anyone they want to war right now. Whether they reinstitute the draft tommorrow, next week or next year (which, by the way, they would have to vote, by 2/3 rule, to reinstate the dratf) is irrelevant to this arguement. Because, again, today, Congress can not send anyone to war based on a draft that does not currently exist.

The reality is, RIGHT NOW, the draft is just as extinct as the Dodo bird! But then again, we may find a colony in existance somewhere east of the Indian ocean.

Now, I answered your question, are you man enough to answer mine?
farronwolf

Maud, TX

#47 Sep 25, 2012
Seargent Meathead wrote:
<quoted text>
Why do you keep avoiding this? So, once again, I will ask. Show us all someone on this thread who brought up selective service regarding your argument, other than yourself of course. Because, as Maze pointed out, it's nothing more than an argument that you created to change the premises of the argument you could not win.
Are you going to keep avoiding this?
Maybe you should actually read what I posted and what you quoted from me. I told you exactly who brought up selective service and why I introduced it into the argument.

If you can't actually read a post and understand it, I can't help you.
farronwolf

Maud, TX

#48 Sep 25, 2012
Here I will help you a little bit.

"Congress can institute the draft any time they wish, it has been done in the past, and if there is a need, will be done in the future. So they have, can and probably will send folks off to war without volunteering. Which is why I mentioned selective service and it's purpose."
OT PoPo Jr

Texarkana, TX

#49 Sep 25, 2012
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Crazy

Texarkana, TX

#50 Sep 25, 2012
OT PoPo Jr wrote:
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thank you!!
Giggles

Texarkana, AR

#51 Sep 26, 2012
Crazy wrote:
<quoted text>thank you!!
I still <3 FW.
Dark Conservative

Atlanta, GA

#52 Sep 26, 2012
Seargent Meathead wrote:
<quoted text>
By the way. Today, right now, there is no draft. As a result, congress can not send anyone they want to war right now. Whether they reinstitute the draft tommorrow, next week or next year (which, by the way, they would have to vote, by 2/3 rule, to reinstate the dratf) is irrelevant to this arguement. Because, again, today, Congress can not send anyone to war based on a draft that does not currently exist.
Excellent point. Maybe he should pay attention to what you said. Sometimes common sense escapse Farronwolf. I guess he is to busy patting his own back (you know, the whole "shirt of my back" mentality) and telling us how he is such a wonderful person. Good grief!

Now that this has ended, and FW sent back to his rock, let's get back to the topic at hand.

How is it that Jeff Akin claimed for the last several years that Christian's can not support democrats, then his poor friends who ran for office were rejected by the public, now all of the sudden, it's okay for Chrisitians to support Democrats?

Since when does Jeff get to dictate, and change God's intentions, what and what is not Christian behavior?
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