Friday, December 22, 2006

The Draft

The Boy King wants more troops. The Army is not meeting its recruitment goals.


AP: Selective Service to test military draft machinery

Mike Sheehan
Published: Thursday December 21, 2006

The Selective Service—the federal agency that would be integral to any draft effort by the Bush administration—will perform tests on its system equipment, the Associated Press is reporting.

Selective Service "is planning a comprehensive test of the military draft machinery, which hasn't been run since 1998," writes Kasie Hunt. "The agency is not gearing up for a draft," an agency official told Hunt, and "the test itself would not likely occur until 2009." (emphasis added)
Yea, right. And the Pope doesn't poo-poo in the woods.

However, if one is realistic, this may be the only way to end the War in Iraq. Jenna and not-Jenna would be eligible for the Army, just like all the other college age kids. As Bruce Springstein said: "No Retreat, No exemptions."

Hello negotiations with Iran.


Felix Grant said...

Dr C> Yea, right. And the Pope
Dr C> doesn't poo-poo in the woods.

[laughter] What a curious image ... I can't imagine cardinal Rapsinger poo pooing in the woods ... where are the nearest twoods to the Vatican, anyway?

Dr. C said...

Thanks for stopping by. BTW, I'm enjoying your posts. I used to be a scientist and have a top secret math itch that I occasionally scratch.

Dr. C said...

Oh, yea, and the response is: "Is the bear Catholic?"