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    How would the "Dont Ask dont tell" policy effect the draft if the draft is started up again?

    Just a question that popped into my mind with the humorous thought of thousands of draftees getting limp wrists. :gay:
     
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    This draft thing, as far as I'm concerned is a non issue, promoted by the Democraps
    as another scare tactic for dumb-m-assess.

    The only way I can ever see a draft happening in the near future would be if we
    have an attack by a "significant" country, say china. Then all policy would be
    out the window.

    I'll ask you this...

    Would we draft and wait months for troops to be on-line in such a case?
    No, it would most likely be too late by then. So....Most likely we launch em.

    It's good to have an ace up your sleeve. Even if it's a Nuc.
     
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    even so, how would don't ask don't tell effect a draft?
     
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    I think I answered that..It wouldn't. I said.. "Then all policy would be
    out the window.".
     
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    deaddude, to answer your question, if there ever was a draft (which almost certainly will not happen) I'm sure many people would use homosexuality to avoid the draft. Frankly, I wouldn't want such people in the military in the first place. If they are going to dodge service in such a deceitful way, they are not worthy to serve next to in combat.
     

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