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Opinions play a critical part in all issues around us Weather it be what youre going to eat for lunch to which new bill the president will pass All these opinions and decisions affect some of us in the same way When it comes to laws and regulations we often take them for granted because it doesnt or wont affect usRight now as American citizens we have the decision in our hands to choose if we want to join the army or not This is a choice most people probably take for granted If we lost the privilege to decide whether or not we wanted to go to the army how would that affect the average person like you and IArguments and debates over this issue have been happening over and over again for some time People take this subject serious and have various ideas and opinions concerning this subject This issue would affect not only the person being drafted but also their families and loved ones Right now some of us can just imagine how hard it is but we dont really know how bad and how devastating it could be when one of our loved ones is away Thinking about how we are very privileged to have this option should make people more aware of how many people give up their lives for this country and how grateful we should feel to live somewhere where we hold the option to join the army or notSome people agreed that going to war in the past was necessary but how would that have changed if their child or any loved one were being drafted because of this war Congressmen Charles B Rangel said in The New York Times I believe that if those calling for war knew that their children were likely to be required to serve and to be placed in harms way there would be more caution and a greater willingness to work
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