[Vision2020] Re: Memo to Commissioner Kimmell
pkraut at moscow.com
Tue Aug 24 10:35:00 PDT 2004
And yet it always is there with his story because thats who he was!?
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From: "Tom Hansen" <thansen at moscow.com>
To: "'Pat Kraut'" <pkraut at moscow.com>; "'vision2020'"
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Sent: Tuesday, August 24, 2004 5:49 AM
Subject: RE: [Vision2020] Re: Memo to Commissioner Kimmell
> If I were gullible enough to believe that Commissioner Kimmell was simply
> placing Robert E. Lee on a pedestal to explain Lee's great leadership, why
> put the Confederate flag on display (as Puppet Kimmell did)?
> Yes. We can present military leaders of "losing" sides as great leaders.
> Field Marshal Erwin Rommel (The Desert Fox) comes to mind. Rommel's
> leadership prowess can be detailed without displaying the Nazi swastika.
> Please explain.
> Tom "I am" Hansen
> Not On The Palouse (or Monroe, Louisiana), Not Ever
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> On Behalf Of Pat Kraut
> Sent: Monday, August 23, 2004 9:49 PM
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> Subject: Re: [Vision2020] Re: Memo to Commissioner Kimmell
> As I said...He lost yes but he did go on to lead a school. And Professor
> Hume of WSU has a great letter from him that he reads as a part of his
> War class. He just may have something to teach us all about going on and
> giving up just because we have lost a cause we worked hard on. He knew
> Lincoln, he was a general in the most divisive war we've had, so the
> he wrote after are very interesting. I'k like to suggest that since we
> know what Paul was going to say about Lee or what part of his life he felt
> was worthy of presenting in a leadership meeting that some of you might
> jumped the gun without any real information. But, you'd probably think I
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