It is “NOT”
The USA Congressional Congress
The USA Military Industrial Congressional Congress
Eisenhower said so in his farewell speech warning us about the Military Industrial Congressional Congress. But they made Eisenhower take out the words Military Industrial
That is WHY we are in CONTINUAL WARS.
President and General Dwight Eisenhower’s prescient warning about the “military-industrial complex” as he left the White House?
Well, it turns out that he was really warning about the “military-industrial-congressional” complex.
In the spring of 1961, I was part of a small group of undergraduates who met with the president’s brother, Milton Eisenhower, who was then president of Johns Hopkins University. Milton Eisenhower and a Johns Hopkins professor of political science, Malcolm Moos, played major roles in the drafting and editing of the farewell speech of January 1961.
The actual drafter of the speech, Ralph E. Williams, relied on guidance from Professor Moos. Milton Eisenhower explained that one of the drafts of the speech referred to the “military-industrial-Congressional complex” and said that the president himself inserted the reference to the role of the Congress, an element that did not appear in the delivery of the farewell address.
When the president’s brother asked about the dropped reference to Congress, the president replied:
“It was more than enough to take on the military and private industry. I couldn’t take on the Congress as well.”