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Bush doesnt know what the hell hes doing getting us involved in all these damn wars states John Prast John is a Navy officer who is stationed in San Diego California The military draft is wrong because it forces citizens to enlist in the Armed Forces during war time The draft should be eliminated and only people who want to be enlisted should sign up for it It is not the citizens fault when Congress and the President spread the army thin and need more soldiers War should be fought by soldiers who willingly enlist themselves in the army It should not be fought by people who are forced into a military draft This only creates conflict within the soldier core because this will create two categories of soldiers those who want to fight and those who only fight because they were drafted The draft is a reoccurring issue that has taken center stage in American policy since the 1700s The draft can be added to the long line of issues that has baffled American society John states The military existence in other countries is making the number of volunteer soldiers dwindle and the call for the draft to be even more foreseeable in the future When draftees are quickly rushed into war without the proper training they are more likely to cause harm to themselves and others It is very important to look at history and learn from mistakes to make better decisions in the future The US has military presence in many countries in the world There are soldiers that are stationed all over the globe There are millions of soldiers who are serving active duty as we speak President George Bush did not have a valid reason for invading Iraq He said that there was evidence that Iraq was holding weapons of
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