Should ISIS be getting the ‘Ol’ Blood ‘n’ Guts’ treatment? Most Americans think so.
George S. Patton, also known as “Ol’ Blood ‘n’ Guts,” was controversial even in his day. The tough-talking, hard-charging general was an egomaniac and for good reason; he won battles.
Prior to the invasion of Normandy, Adolf Hitler was terrified of Patton and was duped into believing that the invasion would take place elsewhere simply because George Patton was there.
In a recent Fox News report, 72% of Americans claimed that ground troops would be necessary to defeat ISIS- a contrast to President Obama’s continued assurance that no boots on the ground will be necessary.