Draft demands respect
Participation by any country in a war should demand sacrifices of all of its citizens. America should not be engaged in the Iraq war without the draft being imposed by Congress.
The radical Muslim terrorist governments, such as Iran, would likely subdue their military aggressions once they realized that they might have to face a stronger America, led by many of the children and grandchildren of our members of Congress.
A great deal of respect is usually shown for members of the American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars, who mostly served in past draft-accompanied wars. That kind of respect would be likely for vets of the Iraq War, once the draft is imposed.
Because most members of Congress are still too willing to continually fund the Iraq war, shouldn't they be equally willing to impose the draft - which would likely end the war sooner, with lower loss of lives and limbs on all sides?