posted on Oct, 4 2013 @ 12:20 PM
Well, in following that age old adage about 'if there is nothing nice to say.....'
I'll say this though. You are right that, regardless of side, he earned respect for being a successful General and leader of what he had. He bested
us, after all...and the first to try, let alone succeed out of World War II. That took guts and a lot more. That much, indeed...He was quite a man
It's too bad on West Point. That would have been an interesting thing to hear from that perspective, packaged for that audience. Historic, for
context. It's opportunity lost on that.