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Rask, WTF can you not leave people to their own lives?

Posted on: April 16, 2019 at 00:08:38 CT
TigerMatt STL
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Possible mandatory national service program, as if that is a good thing?

http://www.tigerboard.com/boards/view.php?message=16221675

If not able to legally mandate it, using societal pressures to nudge colleges and businesses to inquire about performing such "service"?

If people want to volunteer, there are plenty of ways to do so. They can even add it to their college admissions paperwork or on their resume/CV if they want.

Stop sticking your nose in the lives of other people through law or pressure.

Politicians who come up with these ideas should be shouted down and disgraced.

Edited by TigerMatt at 00:09:21 on 04/16/19
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Rask, WTF can you not leave people to their own lives? - TigerMatt STL - 4/16 00:08:38
     Mandatory service is used the world over - raskolnikov MU - 4/16 09:01:52
          Can you not respond to the point and argument? - pickle MU - 4/16 09:05:26
     Of course that could also apply to - GA Tiger MU - 4/16 05:56:53
          It applies to everything and everyone, GAT - pickle MU - 4/16 06:56:28
          Women have that absolute choice now - 4TigersinMichigan MU - 4/16 06:23:17
               OK Nancy, just say no(nm) - raskolnikov MU - 4/16 07:07:58
                    As with most everything, you don’t have to say no - 4TigersinMichigan MU - 4/16 07:21:01
               Unless its the person involved. - GA Tiger MU - 4/16 06:30:21
                    One of life’s great rules - 4TigersinMichigan MU - 4/16 06:46:05
                         Its a plan.(nm) - GA Tiger MU - 4/16 06:47:53
     RE: Rask, WTF can you not leave people to their own lives? - THEGROVE68 MU - 4/16 01:16:41
          "volunteer to attack Green Peace". Oh my(nm) - raskolnikov MU - 4/16 07:10:10




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