These 7 republicans either didn’t vote or voted for including women in the draft.


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David Baker
David Baker
1 month ago

I’m still wondering why millions of feminists are not protesting against the government for this glaring example of sexual discrimination……………………………………………………………………………………………..

Dan Tyree
Dan Tyree
1 month ago
Reply to  David Baker

They want to be equal. They shouldn’t get to pick and choose what equality they want

David Baker
David Baker
1 month ago
Reply to  Dan Tyree

But can’t you see that this was not their ‘choice’? Women are being FORCED to not register for the Draft!!

Dan Tyree
Dan Tyree
1 month ago
Reply to  David Baker

You are right. Women are serving in combat and the same rules should apply. Men must register even though they aren’t using the draft now. But somehow I don’t like to think about our women soldiers being captured by an enemy that the Geneva convention means nothing. Reference Jessica Lynch

Courageous Lion
Courageous Lion
1 month ago

A draft is slavery. If we were being invaded Americans would take their rifles and head to the invasion point. That is IF it were an armed invasion. Americans don’t seem to mind that hundreds of thousands of disease carrying invaders are all ready at the border.

David Baker
David Baker
1 month ago

What border?

John.Edward
John.Edward
1 month ago

Under equal application of law women should have to serve if the draft was ever reinstated. What duties would fall under the chain of command. The recent petition to open all MOS’s to females though should mean combat would be a option. You can’t ask for equality and then decline it when it is not something enjoyable. The law is supposed to be blind and equal.

David Baker
David Baker
1 month ago
Reply to  John.Edward

Not only have the rules changed to allow women to serve in combat roles, the media is depicting our ‘combatants’ as consummate soldiers, who can take on enemy forces with superior knowledge, fighting skills and bravery beyond the call of duty. So, why are our congressional representatives, Supreme Court Justices, AAN and Feminist groups marginalizing this valuable combat resource by denying them the honor of their participation in the Selective Service process?