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it's a great life, if you don't weaken
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Oh fer crying out loud

I'm going to break something googling in a minute. I'm giving up and asking for help, because my google-fu seems to be broken, although I turned up the B.H. Liddell-Hart quote I needed in one try.

Who the hell said "The men who love war are mostly the ones who have never been in it."? Or if I'm misquoting, how and who am I misquoting?

Was it Eisenhower? It really *sounds* like Eisenhower....

ETA: I had a sudden thought that maybe it's SHerman. In any case, I'm almost positive it was an American, and I know I have the phrasing very close to correct.
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