Zell Miller: Another Fat, Stupid White Man Who Knows Best For Women

I was sort of hoping former Democratic senator - and perennial asswipe - Zell Miller had been committed to some not-too-cushy nuthouse somewhere. But alas, he's still walking free, based on this from Stranger at Blah3:

There really should be some kind of rule against letting insane people serve in Congress. I know that Zell is no longer working in the Senate, but still - the man's barking mad. Check this logic.
    Zell Miller, the former Democratic Senator from Georgia who backed President George W. Bush in 2004 and spoke at the Republican National Convention, recently told an anti-abortion gathering that the "killing" of unborn babies was the cause of many of America's woes, including its military, social security, and immigration problems.

    "How could this great land of plenty produce too few people in the last 30 years?" Miller asked.

    "Here is the brutal truth that no one dares to mention: We’re too few because too many of our babies have been killed."

    Miller claimed that 45 million babies have been 'killed' since the Supreme Court decision on Roe v. Wade in 1973.

    "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.
Right, Zell, those 45 million babies (and you're making this up, you truly are) would be available to die for Bush's lies, to be reared in poverty because Bush has turned the Middle Class into the bankrupt class, and would be available to work for minimum wage in Wal-Mart because Bush cost us so many decent jobs.

Oh yeah, and you're probably mourning the fact that there are 45 million LESS children for you to vote against funding and other support for their prenatal care, their public education, food and medical care to keep them healthy AND... oh yes, 45 million less "snowflake babies" you can challenge to a duel (you old fool)!

BTW, there is every bit more evidence than not that America is operating near peak capacity. So there aren't "too few" babies.