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keydet89 at yahoo.com
Thu Jul 1 16:26:08 BST 2004
> If any issue is more important than electronic
> voting I don't
> know what it is. Congress has approved starting in
> the Spring
> of 2005, the draft, all the way up to 49 years of
> age for special skills.
I'm not clear as to what one issue has to do with the
other. Those in Congress have already been elected,
so what does electronic voting issues have to do with
the military draft.
Also, could you provide a link to information stating
that Congress will be instituting the draft? I'm
familiar with the news reports about involuntary
call-ups of IRR troops, but all I've been able to
locate on the draft (different issue entirely) seems
to say that this isn't something to worry about:
So...anything you have that's more definitive would be
> So we here are now in the fire, both security wise
> and on the
> firing line in Iraq and the rest of the world as
> this war continues to rage.
To which "war" are you referring?
> Since I have 3 sons of draftable age, I am very
> concerned about
> them and the under 49 crowd who may soon be in harms
> Having gone through Vietnam I do not look forward to
> future, whether you think war is right of wrong. So
> how can
> we secure the integrity of the voting process and
> guarantee the results?
Again, maybe it's just me, but I'm not seeing the
connection between the supposed draft and the voting
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