Kingston wants to lower drinking age for military personnel
Those in the military are old enough to fight and die, but when an 18-year-old comes home, the law doesn't consider that person a responsible adult.
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#1 Sep 6, 2010
i agree, i am in the army and 23 now but when i joined i was only 19 and was about to turn 21 when i returned from iraq i belive when i got home i should be able to have a drink when i want, i mean if i can put my life up for this country i should be able to have a drink for accomplishing my mission of coming home.
Since: Aug 08
#2 Sep 6, 2010
Absolutely lower the drinking age for military personnel. When I was in the Army I couldn't get over how stupid it is that I can fight and die for my country but I am not considered responsible enough to have a beer. This country is so messed up with some of its laws. At 18 a person is considered an adult and supposedly has the maturity to decide who should run this nation but not yet responsible enough to drink. Why is that? Where do they come up with this crap?
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