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Old 05-20-2019, 04:45 PM
Max S. is offline
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Originally Posted by iiandyiiii View Post
I am certainly willing to make case by case determinations, if anyone is interested.
What about general taxes? Do you think a citizen who pays taxes, advocates for military action, but has no intention of joining the military (unless drafted) is a coward?

I think it would depend on how heavily they advocate and what is advocated. John Doe opining on a pre-emptive strike would not necessarily be unwarranted. Calling a soldier (or general) a coward would be unwarranted and worthy of public shaming if not a face-slap. Advocating any sort of war and then actively dodging a draft for that war earns a couple punches to the gut on-sight.

~Max

Last edited by Max S.; 05-20-2019 at 04:46 PM.