U.S. Military Accepts More Ex-Felons
“In the last war in Viet Nam, there was a draft. This is an historical pattern. This is nothing new”
The few, the strong, the brave and some convicted felons could well describe today's Marine Corps. via News.ncmonline.com
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#1 May 29, 2008
I think that is a great idea. If they have these tendencies, at least they are all in one place, under supervision, and they can reek havoc there and do something for the good of our safety. Why pay to have them in jails, getting meals and everything else at the taxpayers expense? At least now they earn their money, the old fashioned way. I have witnessed complete turnarounds, they actually have stress disorders adjusting to civilian lives, some even go on to college, and some are all fought out and look for peace..I guess the in the military-it their way or back to jail.
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