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Brian and I have always wondered this.  If an 18-year-old is old enough to make the ultimate sacrifice and give their life for our country, why aren’t they allowed to legally drink a beer.  We think the law needs to be changed.  Either raise the age to enter the military or lower the age that a soldier to have a drink.  I have never had a drink of alcohol in my life, but if somebody was shooting at me every day, I would like to think I would have that option.  What do you think?  Answer our Web Question of the Day!

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