#4
I would say RIP, but then again, maybe not. Much as he tried to make up for what he did later in life, I'm no fan.
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#5
This is either a good thing or a bad thing, depending on the person.

I won't contribute anything personally, other than R.I.P.
#8
Didn't he worked for Ford at some point in his life?

I saw a book by Lee Iaccoca and he talked about this guy, i think.
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#9
RIP is all I have to say about this man. There aren't many nicer things I could say.
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#10
From everybody outside the US...

Que?

Quién?
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#11
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It says in the article

Robert McNamara, who served as US defence secretary during the Vietnam war and the Cuban Missile Crisis, has died aged 93.

Mr McNamara, who served under presidents John F Kennedy and Lyndon B Johnson, was also an architect of the US policy of nuclear deterrence.
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#12
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How about you actually read the article, sweetie?
#13
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Que?

Quién?

Speak for yourself buddy, I actually knew this guy...

Well not really, but I knew both his name and the fact that he was a prominent US politician during the 'Nam years...

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#15
Who will now defend America against attacks?

RIP, I guess.
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#16
He made some wrong choices. However he was still a very important person that did shape the future to come in some way.
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#17
R.I.P.

He was definitely an interesting character. As with almost everyone else, his role in the Vietnam War cripples most positive opinions I have towards him, but his attempts to redeem himself seemed honest.

I recommend "Fog of War" to anyone who is interested.
#18
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R.I.P.

He was definitely an interesting character. As with almost everyone else, his role in the Vietnam War cripples most positive opinions I have towards him, but his attempts to redeem himself seemed honest.

I recommend "Fog of War" to anyone who is interested.


Like the article mentioned, it was hugely popular during the earlier years of our current war, for good reason I think
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#19
Well at least he had a change of heart, dosen't excuse him entirely I dont think, but I mean it's still good he had regrets.
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#21
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Well at least he had a change of heart, dosen't excuse him entirely I dont think, but I mean it's still good he had regrets.


Yeah, a man in his position of power is inevitably going to make decisions that are not perfect and, in hindsight, could have been wrong; what can you do though, to err is human
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#22
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And it's not really karma, he died at 93.