But there's no such unanimity when they're asked a more personal question: Would you be willing to put on the uniform and go to fight in Iraq?
"Frankly, I want to be a politician. I'd like to survive to see that," said Vivian Lee, 17, a war supporter visiting the convention from Los Angeles.
"I think I could do more here," Hokel said, adding that she's focusing on political action that supports the war and the troops.
"We don't have to be there physically to fight it," she said.
"The bug may get me after college," he said.
I guess what we can take away from this article is that Dubya and Crashcart are truly an example for the youth of America to follow. Why bother involving yourself in an icky mess, and maybe muss up the manicure at Camp Anaconda, when some other kid of lesser means can do it for you?
No conscience. No soul. No empathy. Scary.