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Now that Jenna and Barbara have graduated college, I'd like to know if President Bush has encouraged his 22 year old daughters to join the military so they can proudly serve their country in Iraq and help search for the WMD. At the very least, the President can easily get them civilian US government jobs in Baghdad. Or does Bush only risk other people's kids? :fiery: :devil: :mad:

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i'm wondering who drunk more in college--daddy or daughters ???
 

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why does everyone use the "peoples children" thing and that other senetors and bush shud make their children go into the army?
These people freely chose to join the army and fight for their country. Wat do u think they joined the army for? to protect their nation.
Im sure many are honoured to be able to fight under the US flag and give bak to their country. If you went and interviewed the soldiers i doubt many would say otherwise - The Army isnt compulsary.
Im sure that if you talked to those who hav died, even though it is very sad, im sure they are happy that if they had to die it was fighting for their country something they believed in and will be honoured for.
Sure they make such a big issue about the families .... but wat about the soldiers?
 

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forgot to add that if the army went bak to the billeting system with the birthdays etc that wud be extremely bad forcing people to fight. But i think those that chose to would probably be proud to give bak to the country.
 

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TakeMeAway said:
why does everyone use the "peoples children" thing and that other senetors and bush shud make their children go into the army?
These people freely chose to join the army and fight for their country. Wat do u think they joined the army for? to protect their nation.
Im sure many are honoured to be able to fight under the US flag and give bak to their country. If you went and interviewed the soldiers i doubt many would say otherwise - The Army isnt compulsary.
Im sure that if you talked to those who hav died, even though it is very sad, im sure they are happy that if they had to die it was fighting for their country something they believed in and will be honoured for.
Sure they make such a big issue about the families .... but wat about the soldiers?
Oh yeah??? Most if not all joined the army because they had no jobs and no money for college.You don't have "free will" if you have no option, no choices and no future. You must be delusional if you think the soldiers are happy to be in Iraq. Most of them are not only NOt happy to die for a cause they have now perceived to be fraudulent, they aren't happy to even BE there.The army is pretty much compulsory for poor kids in a lot of places.It's that or McDonald's and a lifetime of poverty. Have you ever been forced to make a hard choice like that?? :rolleyes: :tape:
 

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Oh yeah??? Most if not all joined the army because they had no jobs and no money for college.You don't have "free will" if you have no option, no choices and no future. You must be delusional if you think the soldiers are happy to be in Iraq. Most of them are not only NOt happy to die for a cause they have now perceived to be fraudulent, they aren't happy to even BE there.The army is pretty much compulsory for poor kids in a lot of places.It's that or McDonald's and a lifetime of poverty. Have you ever been forced to make a hard choice like that?? :rolleyes: :tape:
Well, do Bush kids have no jobs possibility? Do you think they have no money for college? Why would he send his kids to army when he has the $$$ to support them?

And anyway, you always have a choice in life, if you don't want to go to the army, you always have the choice to not go, even if you're very poor.
 
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