Hi readers. Thanks for coming by for a read. Let’s face it. I’ll say with complete candor that the Army War College has been pestering the hell out of me for a long time to write something original for them so’s to get all this losing wars all the time fixed. Naturally I’d like to do it, but every time I write a page I discover Robert Lee, Ulysses S. Grant, George Patton or come Chinaman or German already said it. It’s lucky I’ve read so much of what they all wrote, or I might have fired off my own original words to the War College only to find out afterward I was saying what Dwight David Eisenhower donealready said already without citing my source.
So this dick running for the US Senate in Montana turned in his work at the Army War College and whooooooops! Surprise! Someone else donealready said it. And Montana residents, almost all of whom have never had an original thought during the entire span of their lives, are pissed.
Montana veterans, especially. Whatever the hell veterans think they might know about originality, war, or much anything else that someone [they can't even remember who] didn’t tell them or they read somewhere questionable. They’d need to punctuate every sentence, every piece of every sentence with [I heard that from Charlie down at the sewer plant, or my 3rd grade teacher told me].
Hell the guy is a dick, same as everyone else in Montana and any reason for keeping him away from Washington is probably a good one. But let’s not be hypocrites about it. Just accept that nobody ought to be in Washington and set about making sure nobody goes there.
Let’s not obscure something that makes excellent sense with a lot of BS about citing sources and pretending someone alive today has original thoughts he could say and the rest of us could cite him. Every damned opinion any of us have were tucked into our heads by Rush Goddamned Limbo, the Holy Bible, some magazine or book we read, or just crawled in waiting around the coffee machine and infected the minds of the entire workplace.
Army War College needs to quit making unreasonable demands on our service men who can’t be expected to know a damned thing or they wouldn’t have volunteered in the first place. And where do they get off with expecting original thoughts. The first thing a drill sergeant tells newcomers into the military is, YOU ARE NOT HERE TO THINK! YOU ARE HERE TO FOLLOW ORDERS.
Which is good, because there’s an immeasurably better chance they’ll be able to follow orders than that they’ll screw up and think something.