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Jbird
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re: How does the Poli board feel about military disability?


So let me ask you this Patton, do you even know WTF the oath says that enlisted or officers take? I fricking doubt it.





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lsu480
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So answer this on average are military members of substandard intelligence in relation to the general population?


Absolutely. They also probably come from lower income families and from towns that aren't exactly thriving. I do not know ONE kid from my HS of 2000+ that joined the military because we were all well off white kids with 2 parents that had the chance to go to college. Take a school of 2000 poor white kids and probably half of them enlisted.






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OleWar
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So what do you prefer, the professional pseudo mercenary army, or the army of citizens which you describe as slavery?





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IceTiger
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Alot of folks never use the GI.bill, and 50% of the military has been around since before 2005...

Your theory of "fooling yourself" has a bunch of holes in it






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IceTiger
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Your generalizations are laughable, based on your vast (ignorant) experience





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lsu480
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re: How does the Poli board feel about military disability?


Show me what I have said that is incorrect? I'm reply in like 30 minutes when I get back from the market.





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Jbird
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You are a fricking idiot.
This paper also reviews other evidence that is at odds with the image, painted by some supporters of the draft, that the military exploits poor, ignorant, young Americans by using slick advertising that promises technical careers in the military to dupe them into trading their feeble opportunities in the private sector for a meager role as cannon fodder.

The caricature of conscription?a harsh reality of European militaries in the 18th and 19th centu­ries?lives on in the popular imagination, but it does not accurately represent the all-volunteer U.S. military. Indeed, the U.S. military?s qualitative superiority is what makes it the most efficient and lethal combat force in history. In economic terms, high-skill human capital among troops makes the military more productive overall. There may be legitimate equity concerns that outweigh national security, but they will undoubtedly come at a cost or trade-off in productivity.

However, our research shows that the volunteer force is already equitable. That is, it is highly likely that reinstating the draft would erode military effectiveness, increase American fatalities, destroy personal freedom, and even produce a less socio­economically ?privileged? military in the process.

In summary, we found that, on average, 1999 recruits were more highly educated than the equiv­alent general population, more rural and less urban in origin, and of similar income status. We did not find evidence of minority racial exploitation (by race or by race-weighted ZIP code areas). We did find evidence of a ?Southern military tradition? in that some states, notably in the South and West, provide a much higher proportion of enlisted troops by population.

The household income of recruits generally matches the income distribution of the American population. There are slightly higher proportions of recruits from the middle class and slightly lower proportions from low-income brackets. However, the proportion of high-income recruits rose to a disproportionately high level after the war on ter­rorism began, as did the proportion of highly edu­cated enlistees. All of the demographic evidence that we analyzed contradicts the pro-draft case.


The 2003 and 2008 studies say nearly the same thing.

Do yourself a favor at shut your cunthole about shite you know nothing about.







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IceTiger
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Why do I have to disprove you, you are shooting off idiotic statements at the mouth...

You cannot even get in if you are in the bottom 30th percentile, it puts the average modern IQ after the draft era at or above 110 for knuckledragger career fields






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Jbird
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I'm reply in like 30 minutes when I get back from the market.


For a smart cocksucker you seem to have a problem with a basic sentence.






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IceTiger
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re: How does the Poli board feel about military disability?


He's a blowhard on about half the things he says...I get into him about some ignorant crap he says about once a year, but we generally agree on principle





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Jbird
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re: How does the Poli board feel about military disability?


WTF is he 19, should stick a boot in his fricking ass.





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IceTiger
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No he's kind of a show off, the dude that bullied other kids growing up without even knowing it. I'm sure everyone he works with likes him for 15 minutes at a time (before they get tired of his blowhardiness)...he has some good stories, and I think he means well, but he can be a bit much sometimes





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IceTiger
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He's probably about 33, and likes fighting stories...he has a few of those, so the boot for his ass, well, he might enjoy it.





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Jbird
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re: How does the Poli board feel about military disability?


Ok I will give uppermiddle class dbag the benefit of the doubt, for now.





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Jbird
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re: How does the Poli board feel about military disability?


Haha that would make two of us!





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IceTiger
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you know him well then





He's the type of dude that would be fun to drink with, because you know he's going to start some shit






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Jbird
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re: How does the Poli board feel about military disability?


If he rolls with the generalizations on shite he knows very little about, yeah I can see that.





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boxcar willie
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re: How does the Poli board feel about military disability?


it 's just part of the pussyfication of america





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Jbird
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Like most medical/mental health advancements.





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Diamondawg
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I do not know ONE kid from my HS of 2000+ that joined the military because we were all well off white kids with 2 parents
Not even 1 service academy appointment out of a class of 600 or so (guessing since the school has 2000)?






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