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War With China Would Bring Back the Draft

Most serious problems take time to develop. It takes years of consistently making bad dietary choices to become obese. It takes years of hard drinking to destroy a liver. And it takes at least a whole hour of bad posture to rupture a spinal disk or grow a hemorrhoid. Remedying problems like these often mean reversing years of bad habits, and just starting down that road will bring a whole bunch of hidden demons to the surface. Sound familiar?

Now, this brings us to the trouble with China.

For decades, limp-wristed politicians have been selling away our national sovereignty to the world’s biggest communist world power. And the Chinese super state has become so accustomed to getting the long end of the stick in their dealings with the US, that getting square deals from President Trump now, feels to them like austerity.

So, China’s mad at us. Well, boohoo. And they’re talking about war, which is nothing to sneeze at. Why? Aren’t we the baddest around? Yes, we are, but China is not Iraq. China has a huge military, and over a billion potential fighters — willing or not. That means, if we go to war with China, there may be a draft. That’s bad.

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