Nesaie wrote:If this were to pass, I assume it would be like the selective services currently works. When males turn 18 they "have to" sign up for selective services. Some of the punishment for not signing up is no federal aid for college. I'm not sure what other enforcement there is for not signing up.
Now, I'm no lawyer, but by signing up, doesn't that equate to a contract with the government? If I'm not mistaken, and correct me if I'm wrong, the men who went to prison during Vietnam had received their draft cards. That shows that they signed up or contracted with the government. If my theory is correct, then it would apply to this legislation as well. What if the majority of people just didn't sign up? Yeah, they probably wouldn't get any federal aid for anything. But, who cares? What has the federal government really ever done for us? If you don't contract with them, they can't imprison you. Or that is my thought anyway.
by law you had to register with the selective service
CodeBlackv2 wrote:Joker: A BO fan?! You TALK of freedom yet are not willing to lift a finger for the cause. Talk is cheap.
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