Douglas MacArthur Quotes
Quotes by and about Douglas MacArthur
(Continued from his main entry on the site.)
MacArthur: "[Arguing against Franklin D. Roosevelt's military cuts I told him that when] we lost the next war, and an American boy, lying in the mud with an enemy bayonet through his belly and an enemy foot on his dying throat, spat out his last curse, I wanted the name not to be MacArthur, but Roosevelt. ... [From that time on, FDR] was on our side."