I've been watching a lot of M*A*S*H lately, TV Land is doing a marathon. M*A*S*H was supposed to be a political commentary on the Vietnam War, but I'm wondering if it's even more relevant today. And after about two days it finally hit me...Frank Burns sounds an awful lot like our current President! I've done a bit of searching for quotes and these are what I came up with... Frank: I didn't come here to be liked. Hawkeye: You certainly came to the right place. Frank: I think you will all agree that by trying to introduce more discipline, more order, I have hopefully made this a more enjoyable war for all of us. Leadership is a lonely business. Your Napoleons, your Kaisers, your Attilas the Hun, were alone there in the front office as I have been this week. I have thought of you. Frank: I've gotten thank-you notes from people I said I'd never see again. Frank: This was a great war until you guys showed up! Frank: What I don't understand is why do people take an instant dislike to me? Trapper: It saves time, Frank. Frank: I have never cared, and at this point I don't care twice as much as I never cared before! Frank: Marriage is probably the chief cause of divorce. Frank: I'm sick of hearing about the wounded! What about the thousands of wonderful men who are fighting this war without any of the credit or the glory that always goes to those lucky few who just happen to get shot? Margaret: You lied to me, Frank! That's worse than stealing! Frank: Well, I happen to think that stealing is worse than lying! Margaret: And you did both! Frank: So I oughta know! Frank: Without discipline, an army is no more than a bunch of guys all wearing the same colour clothes. B.J.: On the very first day, Frank observed that the M in MASH stood for Mobile. So, he had us break down the entire unit and move it across the road. Frank: The way I see it, unless we each conform, unless we obey orders, unless we follow our leaders blindly, there is no possible way we can remain free. Frank: It was one of those days that, more than most, reminds us that war, no matter how much we may enjoy it, is no strawberry festival. Frank: I happen to believe in the sanctity of marriage, no matter how ugly or disgusting it gets! Frank: We all know it's brutal up there at the front, especially those of us at the rear. Frank: Talking to Major Houlihan is the same as talking to me as we are intimate with each other at all times.