Friday, October 21, 2005

Military Recruiting Lead for 2014

It's never too early to prepare for the FY-2014 recruiting year, given how the Iraq War will be going nine years from now and what the total mission is likely to be. Mr. Noah McCullough will be turning eighteen in 2014 and definitely will be interested in a military record for his 2036 Presidential Campaign (and service on the Supreme Court).

Can we sign him up under the Delayed Entry Program today? With his mother's permission?

Also, do we need a new political movement: Extremely Young Republicans?


At 24 October, 2005 07:05, Blogger Miss Cellania said...

I so often hear this phrase "ten years from now in Iraq"... can't we be a LITTLE optimistic and think there may be a different administration in power by then? Or at least work toward that?

At 24 October, 2005 10:22, Blogger Karl said...

The current presidential term ends January 20, 2009.

But Colin Powell was right: We broke Iraq; now we own it. And that's likely to be the case for quite a while now, I'm afraid.

At 25 October, 2005 17:48, Blogger Ian McGibboney said...

I don't see the need for an Extremelt Young Republicans, given how the platform is immature regardless of age.

At 28 October, 2005 12:25, Blogger Jez said...

wasn't the plan to own Iraq? Well, to take back possession of it...

At 29 October, 2005 19:09, Blogger Sadie Baker said...

His mother, a Democrat, describes him as being," very Republican ... it's the way he was born."

But to me, this extremely narrow mind combined with a precocious grasp of trivia sound like nothing so much as a case of Asperger's Syndrome. Especially since he has been raised by Democrats.


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