Taken For Granted

During the American Civil War, General Ulysses S. Grant was being roundly criticized as a drunkard who had been caught unprepared at Shiloh and was responsible for the deaths of 10,000 Union troops. The demands for his dismissal went all the way up to President Lincoln, who ended the plan with a single sentence:

“I cannot spare this man; he fights!”

That sentiment, it seems, is sadly lacking in the current president from the Land of Lincoln, who has no problems disposing of another man who fights…

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