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|With all due respect county...and no intent to offend... I sort of think you are a bit delusional if you think that about Grant. He did an AMAZING job... you should really acknowledge that. At Vicksburg, he proved to be both a great tactician and strategist... maybe it didn't appear to be the case as the war drew on...but at that point... he didn't need to use those skills any longer. Why play with the enemy when you can just overcome them? Wouldn't that just be taking unnecessary chances? I'm no military expert, but to me, that is just plain common sense.
Open to your thoughts - Jessie