Mandatory Military Draft bill for all U.S. Citizens between ages 18 to 42 in congress again?

by Mr. Charrington on June 8, 2007

Even thought it’s been over a year since the bill HR4752 heatedly discussed we have heard little about it from the media. The bill states: “To provide for the common defense by requiring all persons in the United States, including women, between the ages of 18 and 42 to perform a period of military service or a period of civilian service in furtherance of the national defense and homeland security, and for other purposes.” If this bill or other bills “related” to this bill are passed it will give president Bush or the next politician that steals the American vote for the presidency the power to draft all living in America whether or not they are a citizen into the military for a period of 2 years unless exempt. Note, there is not much in the way of explanation on what these exemptions are. So at this point in time it could be working mothers with several children to support will still get drafted.

I want to point out this bill has NOT gone away. If you believe this bill has run it’s course and is dead and no longer an issue, think again. Many politicians have recently been suggesting the same thing and are now promoting this in their interviews, speeches and even at fund raisers. The video below of Jack Murtha is just one example of several. Wow, I almost feel like shouting “Sieg Hail”! I can see no reason to amass this kind of man power, less we are going to war with several countries at the same time. Are we ? Are we the bad guys now? I’d refer you all back to a previous post called “Bush to attack 7 countries in 5 years”. General Wesley Clark (ret) states in an interview that the current administration indeed has a plan to attack 7 countries (that he identifies) in 5 years. You can watch the interview video here I thought you might want to contact your congressman about this to stop this crazy legislation before they take away our right to vote.

READ THE Military Draft Bill HR4752

Jack Murtha April 6th 2007 – Several Politicians are starting to bring up the national draft once again. Video of Jack Murtha in April of this year talking about the same thing he was opposed to back in 2006.

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Tim Ryan Oct 2006 – The talk a year ago was not to try and disguise what this national draft really is.
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Mr. Charrington 06.08.07 at 11:09 am

I think it’s time for a protest against the Bush administration.

bill 06.08.07 at 11:14 am

i think it’s time for a mandatory draft.

Mr. Charrington 06.08.07 at 11:15 am

lol, ya hopefully they’ll start with your family.

skipper coogan 06.08.07 at 12:56 pm

Yeah, that optional draft didn’t work out last time.

Wes Shelton 06.08.07 at 1:43 pm

Um…It was not in the least bit introduced by the Bush administration, but by Charles Rangel…

frank 06.08.07 at 1:45 pm

I say go for it. I think it would be a good thing, and they can start with me and my family.

Bogie 06.08.07 at 2:07 pm

Maintaining a citizen army is a good thing. It keeps the military honest and ensures the involvement of most Americans. I don’t think we’d have been so quick to go to Iraq, if everybody had to send a son or daughter. We got Abu Graib with professionals. Citizen soldiers are far less likely to do bad things than our volunteer/mercenary army.

meh 06.08.07 at 2:27 pm

a draft is just the type of thing we need to get a full-out revolution started.

well, at least i hope it is. if it doesn’t, idk if we’ll ever get out from under this admin.

andrew 06.08.07 at 3:47 pm

The point of the draft proposed by Rangel is to force the privileged to serve as well (think of the Bush twins in uniform). Rangel isn’t all that smart (see the movie Street Fight), but at the end of the day, the draft proposal clarifies the bitter divide of the haves (going to college, no chance of serving) and those that feel like they have no other options (immigrants who are looking to be naturalized). Dangling those large bonuses in front of a kid not going to college is certainly an incentive for him to risk losing his legs via IED. The Bush administration certainly opposes the draft because it means that society as a whole would have to actually bear a burden for his Quixote-like decisions. Bring it on indeed.

Mr. Charrington 06.08.07 at 4:49 pm

Hey Wes I don’t believe it says bush authored it anywhere in the post.

twitch 06.08.07 at 5:23 pm
Mr. Charrington 06.08.07 at 5:39 pm

Not quite — take a look at related bill H.R.2723. Unfortunately people like Jack Murtha started recently refering to HR 2723 and another bill which Im trying to dig up that basically are the same thing. That video interview with Jack Murtha are from April of 2007, just a couple of months ago. Fat Jack is pushing it around town under another name, that he himself has referred to it as being more like “The HR2723 bill”. I’m not 100% positive but I think HR2723 was the original bill later sponsored with stark (HR 4752). Murtha didn’t come flat out and say it in the interview in April of this year but he did once again say he thinks it’s time and has on other occasions mentioned a “new bill” about this very subject. It’s really the meat of the post. The video is showing HR2723 or HR4752 still have “followers” and some of them (Murtha ,in the video) are talking about the need for just such a bill. So is it dead? Yes and No.
Either way it’s a good heads up for those that were not aware of either bill to begin with, probably for lack of media coverage and why is that?

FreedomWriter 06.08.07 at 6:08 pm

You must be referring to HR 2724, which is commonly referred to as the “civilian” draft bill.

Mr. Charrington 06.08.07 at 6:11 pm

I’ll bet you look hawt in a uniform FreedomWriter :)

FreedomWriter 06.08.07 at 6:25 pm

If you’ve ever heard Murtha speak at one of the many high schools or colleges he has spoken at, you would know he not only supports the draft but more importantly, more wars.

Similar reading is Rangel’s bill from the 108th Congress where Murtha is listed as one of the two “yes” votes. :)

FreedomWriter 06.08.07 at 6:29 pm

Sorry…if you want to read Rangel’s bill I think it was HR 163.


Frances 06.08.07 at 11:50 pm

If anyone here thinks that the ‘privileged’ will spend one day in uniform when they don’t want to, you need to contact your friendly neighbourhood mechanic because you’re overdue for a reality check.
Paris Hilton would qualify for a stint in the army. Can you imagine that?

The only people who go to the army now are the poor and minorities in the hope of getting some benefits out of it later. If they survive. if they’re not too screwed up when the leave the service. It used to be that it was an honor to serve in the military. Now, the rich have too much to lose. Spend some time being shot at, lying in a ditch next to someone without an ivy league education. Perish the thought.

The US seriously needs to stop the wars for a while. It can’t take out insurgents fast enough, it holds only 1/3 of one city and the troops serve as target practice for guys with IEDs. Besides that, civilians in Iraq are suffering hugely under this crushing occupation. It needs to stop. There’s bigger fish to fry. Remember hurricane Katrina? The US could not even secure it’s own city. It took the federal government a week to get up to speed. That’s all that needs to be said about that.

Scott Kohlhaas 06.09.07 at 12:44 am


Thank you for this informative piece!

Would you be willing to spread the word about It’s a site dedicated to shattering the myths surrounding the selective slavery system and building mass civil disobedience to stop the draft before it starts.

Our banner on a website, printing and posting the anti-draft flyer or just telling friends would help.


Scott Kohlhaas

PS. When it comes to the draft, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure!

Mr. Charrington 06.09.07 at 7:15 am

*claps for Frances*

miguel edwin serrano-cerceno 06.24.07 at 6:05 am

I am interesting to put my name i am 40 years old and i think they have to reinstate the drfat for all male 18 up its necesary we need more soldiers
What happens wheres is the US

Mr. Charrington 06.24.07 at 9:49 am

What happens to the US is we stop killing innocent people including you and possibly your family. Im a patriot too but I’m NOT for trying to control the world. No New World Order, No fighting wars for no fucking reason. The one thing I will go to war over is if our government keeps commiting crimes against it’s own citizens —

Maureen 08.26.07 at 5:32 pm

I’m sorry but, Mr. P. wanted to finish a war his father never finished, isn’t that a little selfish? I’m only a 10 year old, but I also have feelings too. As you know some of the united states citizens are devastated from the war and there family members getting taken away too. Maybe it’s time we do need to have a protest! P.S. Please don’t arrest me! I’m only in sixth grade, I wanna finish my education!!!!

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