Yes I laugh at a lot of the decisions the rebs made, almost as much as I cry at some the north made� :roll:. But even if given command in 64, not sure Forrest would have prevented the eventual fall of the deep south to Sherman’s armies, as I consider Sherman the superior general, who above all had the resources to throw at the south. But if had been Forrest opposing Sherman in Sherman’s March, I think it would wind up being one of the most nail bitting and interesting military campaigns to read about ever� :-D.
Sherman the superior general? I must disagree.
Feel free. Though I must say, that a man holding the Confederate battle flag in front of the Lincoln Memorial would disagree with me about something Civil War related is truly shocking
I could always go to work early, as long as no one sees me enter the building no one will ask me for help and I could login from the employee lounge. lol.
But thanks for the well wishes. I have this as planned out as possible, I think. right down to the extra packets of coffee grounds just in case the coffee doesn’t get found on day one!
I disagree a bit here. I don’t think this war is a question of legal or illegal.
I don’t think you can sum up this war in one question at all. It is a clouded and complicated iusse.
It truly is, and everyone has different emphasises of importance on different questions on that issue.
If one is going to agrue the legality of this war than one has to say that action in Kosovo was illegal and should not have been done. The UN, as a body, did not approve it. However, the question is was it the right thing to do? I would think yes.
But the situation was different: First it was NATO going in, second the UN later de facto approved the action.