Or we can leave it like it is.Woof, the argument that anyone old enough to fight and die for our country is old enough to qualify for all rights bestowed on adults cannot be argued. Yet there is clear evidence 18 year olds are less able to handle alcohol. So, we are faced with a dilemma. There are several possible answers among these are raise the military age to the drinking age, lower the drinking age and take the risk, and do not lower the drinking age but make an exception for anyone in the military. I prefer the last option, because it exposes the fewest to risk, and yet meets the test.
Again, if they're old enough to serve then they should be old enough to serve in Congress? Right??
All rights are not bestowed at one time. Nothing unconstitutional about that.