were calculations, sabotaged by the Mullah.
As Generals who so malignantly demanded the resignation of
Rumsfeld; too, were met with an equal who praise his focus,
tenacity, dedications, and forthright contributions.
forward, at the objectives at hand; with an enemy
of whose radical principals have already lost,
to think to conquer Free Thought."-M.B.
but conclusively proved propositions, and it is unjust to
demand that it should. It is a demand only made by those
who feel a craving for authority in some form and a need to
replace the religious catechism by something else, even if
it be a scientific one. Science in its catechism has but
few apodictic precepts; it consists mainly of statements
which it has developed to varying degrees of probability.
The capacity to be content with these approximations to
certainty and the ability to carry on constructive work
despite the lack of final confirmation are actually a
mark of the scientific habit of mind. -- Freud
Judge Rumsfeld by his successes
Rumsfeld and His Generals