Granted, Hillary didn't outright say she was opposed to widening the draft to women. Knowing that such a blunt admission would expose the central hypocrisy of contemporary feminism, the former Secretary of State tried to spin her stance as opposition to the idea of registering Americans for military service as a whole.
“‘I have to think about whether it’s necessary to go as far as our military officers are recommending,' Clinton responded. ‘From my perspective, the all-volunteer military has worked and we should not do anything that undermines it because it has provided a solid core of people who are willing to serve our country.'
Nearly all men — even non-citizens and refugees — must register for Selective Service within 30 days of turning 18. The system has existed in its current form since 1980 and is in place to ensure that enough manpower is in place in case of large-scale war.
‘I have a hard time imagining the kind of national emergency that would require the use of the Selective Service system. So I just have to be better informed about why they’re making this recommendation,' Clinton said.
‘The idea of having everybody register concerns me a little bit unless we have a better idea of where that’s going to come out.'”
Source: Daily Caller