Via TBogg, we learn from traitorous quisling Zell Miller that the solution to America's currently overextended and dangerously exhausted military is obvious:
Miller claimed that 45 million babies have been 'killed' since the Supreme Court decision on Roe v. Wade in 1993.
"If those 45 million children had lived, today they would be defending our country, they would be filling our jobs, they would be paying into Social Security," he asserted.
Well, sure, that would be a massive boost to the military ... unless all those hypotheticals turned out to be Republicans:
College Republicans also appear to be lacking in military aspirations. None of their board members--the controversial chairman Paul Gourley and officers Jess Beeson, Nathaniel Harding, Britton Alexander, Dan Schuberth and Tom Robins--boast any military experience. Their posted bios do not refer to any past, present or future military service, though they do describe in detail the postgraduate work and political aspirations of these young right-wingers.
Conservative campus groups like YAF and College Republicans are growing in strength and numbers. And since the start of the Iraq War, these outfits have stood shoulder-to-shoulder with Bush to support the war, but they have not stood alongside the soldiers doing the actual fighting and dying. They want someone else to do the hard work.
On the plus side, though, there would be 45 million extra bloggers, all "supporting the troops." After all, it's a tough job but somebody has to do it.