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Which General Had the Most Lasting Legacy?

Victor Davis Hanson's quiz on The Savior Generals continues in week 3 with more challenging questions offering higher points.

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November 18, 2013 - 1:29 pm

Which General Had the Most Lasting Legacy?

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my co-worker's mom makes $77 hourly on the laptop. She has been fired from work for 7 months but last month her pay check was $15344 just working on the laptop for a few hours. his explanation>>>>>>>>>>> www.jobs35.com
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My buddy's mom makes $71 an hour on the internet. She has been without a job for nin e months but last month her paycheck was $15390 just working on the internet for a few hours. try here... WWW.JOBS37.COM
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Alexander the Great, of course. Can there be any possible doubt?

(by the way, I didn't click on the actual questions)
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I have my sincere doubts VDH wrote this quiz. The first question had no correct answer. The stated correct answer to the last question seems pretty flawed to me too.
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"Sherman's efforts were critical to winning the Civil War for the South." The South won the Civil War? Man, my history class sucked.
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Mealy mouth characterization of Sherman. Sherman established the doctrine that war and terrorism are the same thing. Any officer who acted according to his policy now would be kicked out and might wind up in Leavenworth.
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Charles, the Hammer, Martel is needed post hast in Nigeria, and France.
40 weeks ago
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Diana West: "Spontaneous protest, unplanned attack: That was Petraeus' testimony as CIA director three days after U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans were killed in Benghazi, Libya.

Within 24 hours of the attack, however, the White House and top officials at the State Department, the Pentagon and the intelligence agencies knew that no protest, spontaneous or other, had taken place. They knew the U.S. had been hit on the 9/11 anniversary by a planned attack by al-Qaida affiliates. Ruppersberger's account, then, indicates Petraeus deceived the committee. When committed knowingly, as former federal prosecutor Andrew C. McCarthy recently pointed out, such deception is a felony.

On Nov. 12, Fox News reported that "congressional leaders," believing Petraeus lied to them in September, had "already considered charging Petraeus with perjury, but said they planned to withhold judgment until he testified this week." (Under oath or not, it is a crime to lie to federal officials.) We have heard no such tough talk since.

Even though it appears the former CIA director lied to the House Intelligence Committee on Sept. 14, and may have lied again to the same committee on Nov. 16, he is starting to slip out of the inner ring of Benghazi cover-up suspects. We are losing sight of his official role in the deception as the media lens ossifies over a tawdry love triangle. For this, he must be thankful. Maybe to ensure the good fortune continues, Petraeus has hired Bob Barnett, the $975-per-hour Washington superlawyer to officials with issues and/or big book deals, to manage what reports call Petraeus' "transition to civilian life.""
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"Petraeus Surge left a safe and secure lasting democracy in Iraq."

Anyone who answers yes to this is certifiably senile and anyone who thinks Petraeus is any kind of savior is on the verge of utter madness.

"Petraeus invented counter-insurgency operations."

Of course Petraeus didn't invent counter-insurgency operations, but he did manage to combine such with a seemingly total ignorance of Islam and a depraved indifference to the lives and limbs of American troops to create a malfesence even greater than ObamaCare. Then he topped off his career in government as CIA director when he lied to a congressional committee and said that Benghazi was cause by a video.
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