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Since it's being studiously avoided by the print and television media, there is no effort to expose and strangle the UNIVERSAL NATIONAL SERVICE ACT (HR 163/S 89), which violates the 13th Amendment, in its crib.
The UNSA language mandates that all young people, "including women," between the ages of 18 and 26 "...perform a period of military service or a period of civilian service in furtherance of the national defense and homeland security, and for other purposes."
In the third week of April, 2004, a sponsor of UNSA, Rep. Charles Rangel, D-NY, was seen on every network complaining that the majority of U.S. combat deaths in Iraq were among minorities because a disproportionate number of minority youths join the military service. His answer to this is to enslave all the races equally.(!) (Read the rest here)
It Can Go Wrong...It Will
So Dubya and his crew of dimbulbs are scratching their heads over all the the problems in Iraq. Goodness. A four-year-old child could have told them their screwball ideas wouldn't work. So, as Groucho Marx said, someone get a four-year-old child!
Have none of the people in the administration ever heard of Murphy's Law? "If something can go wrong, it will"? Or in their hubris do they believe they are immune from mistakes? Apparently, they do.
So, in the spirit of educating them and improving their morals, I will give them a list of easily-memorized laws, to save them from making these embarrassing mistakes next time. Of course, all of us know they won't listen. They never do.
First, we have the aforementioned Murphy's Law: "If something can go wrong, it will." Why? Because people are imperfect. Every one of us. (Read the rest here)
Ghraib - The Buck Stops Where?
Gone forever is the belief and spin that terrorists are after us because they envy our values, freedom, possessions and Christian way of life. The pictures released last week showing our soldiers in the despicable and criminal acts against Iraqis completely obliterates the idea that we are the good guys, the liberators, or the sponsors of freedom from oppression. And it doesn't really matter how many of our soldiers are involved in these heinous acts or whether this is just the tip of the iceberg.
Everybody knows that this is just the tip, and we know it just as assuredly as we know that Dick Cheney's energy committee included Ken May and other industry crooks and that the minutes of these meetings would clearly show the early planning to invade Iraq for its oil. You don't have to be Sherlock Holmes to come to that conclusion.
It's amazing that these photos were even taken in the first place. What was the reason for recording these vile acts? Were the photos to be used as pinups in lockers or some sort of sick porno page on the Internet? And why were they released, and by whom, just as our forces surround and are poised to raze the two cities of Fallujah and Najaf? Another folly that can bring nothing but more hate of Americans. (Read the rest here)
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"Rants and Rumblings"
How can anyone "support" this invasion of Iraq, especially with the proof of U.S. forces using torture and murder on top of everything else? What is it going to take to end this nightmare?
Final Stretch, Part Two - Continuous Letters
It's reminder time again.
As Hunter's trial date comes ever closer, it likewise becomes ever more important to rachet up the pressure in Ohio. Every day that comes with charges still lodged against Hunter should bring a geometrically increasing quantity of letters to the prosecutor and local newspaper editors in support of our friend and RKBA.
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