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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - William Tecumseh Sherman
When fighting war, especially against terrorists, one should listen to Shakespeare, Lincoln and Truman, and not the American Civil Liberties Union.
A Civil War Trail in Lauderdale County will be unveiled Feb. 14 on the 150th anniversary of Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman's burning of Meridian.
Years before leading his vastly outnumbered troops to their doom at Little Bighorn, a young George Armstrong Custer was described as accurate in math.
This is somewhat short of "taking a Sherman," the standard for a prospect leaving and really meaning it: "If nominated I will not run," one of Abraham Lincoln's favorite generals, Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman, told Republican pleaders in 1868, "and if elected I will not serve."
Mrs. Clinton, whose hands-on knowledge of warfare and weaponry is limited to the lamps she threw at Bubba in the White House, has no knowledge of what Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman, the infamous Civil War firebug, was talking about when he famously said "war is hell."