(By The Way, My Uncle's Fought During WWII; Especially My Uncle Gerry [Who Fought In Germany After The Normandy Invasion] And, My Uncle Frank [Who Was A U.S. Marine--Expeditionary Forces In Okinawa & Iwo Jima]: Who Didn't Like To Talk About The "Blood, Guts & Horrors" Of Their Experience As U.S. Soldiers During The War; But, Always Noted THEY HATED WAR WITH A PASSION--AND PRAYED THAT THEIR NEPHEWS, NIECES, CHILDREN & GRAND-CHILDREN (EVEN GREAT GRAND-CHILDREN) WOULD NEVER HAVE TO SEE WAR IN THEIR LIFE-TIMES !)
I Personally, Though, Fight A Different War--A Spiritualy War Via Holy Spiritual WARFARE:
"For Though We Walk In The Flesh, We Do NOT War After The Flesh:
[For The Weapons Of Our Warfare Are NOT Carnal, But MIGHTY Through GOD To The PULLING DOWN Of Strongholds;]
Casting Down Imaginations, And Every High Thing That Exalteth Itself Against The Knowledge Of GOD, And Bringing Into Captivity EVERY THOUGHT To The Obedience Of CHRIST;
And Having In A READINESS, TO REVENGE ALL DISOBEDIENCE, WHEN YOUR OBEDIENCE IS FULFILLED." 2 CORINTHIANS 10:1-6
**"FOR WE WRESTLE NOT AGAINST FLESH AND BLOOD, BUT AGAINST PRINCIPALITIES..." ! ! !
Snopes wrote: MR. RUSSERT: General Schwarzkopf, how important is it that we capture Osama bin Laden?
GEN. SCHWARZKOPF: Well, I think itâ€™s important only because the man on the street in the Middle East, you know, believes that he â€” a lot of people believe that he is on the right track and that he is some sort of a folk hero and that sort of thing. And I think itâ€™s necessary to bring him down, one way or another. I will confess to you that, you know, one of the statements thatâ€™s been attributed to me that Iâ€™m sort of proud of is somebody said, you know, "What do we do about Osama bin Laden?" And they asked me, "Can we forgive him?" And I said, "Forgiveness is up to God. I just hope we hurry up the meeting." And thatâ€™s the way I feel about him, really. That the General is now repeating the remark earlier attributed to him doesn't change the past â€” he wasn't the originator of the witty remark. Still, it's hard not to admire a man who knows a good line when he sees it.