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June 12, 2006

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Rans Fasoldt

Too hard? Too Hard?? TOO HARD??? The landing at Inchon was TOO HARD. Taking Iwo Jima was TOO HARD. Defending Gettysburg was TOO HARD.
You can't be serious.
Actually, I don't rely on T.E. Lawrence for insight into how one should deal with threats to my country. I prefer his contemporary, W.L. Churchill (KG, OM, CH, TD, FRS, PC) who recommended that we crush the enemy by whatever means necessary.

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