Students of the history of the Second World War will surely recall Naval Cmdr. Winfield Cunningham's famous morse code message to the 14th Fleet when his forces were beseiged by thousands of Japanese during the Battle of Wake Island: "SEND MORE JAPS." While the use of the term "japs" is awkward to our modern sensibilities, the message stands the test of time as an example of determination in the face of terrible odds.
Upon reading the comment section from yesterday's post by BT on the reaction to Ted Kennedy's death, I have but one message for Mr. Treacher: "SEND MORE TARDS."
Or as a dear former president said, "Bring it on," which doubles as the title of Treacher's favorite film.