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If America goes to war on non-American soil, should citizens have the right to vote an immediate end


Most of America has disagreed with several wars in recent history. We have no power to change them, and soldiers have no option to not fight a war they don't believe in. Of course not all believed this, but we live in a democracy. Should citizens be able to veto a war through a vote?

 

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    William Grant (swordsbane) 5 years ago

    Think about thisWe have doctors who are not allowed to try to save a single human life unless they are certified by other doctors, and then we have politicians who can kill people by the thousands or even by the millions, who only need to be popular.