My job is to have doubts. My job is to think of everything that could possibly go wrong, and then try and fix it. Let’s face it, I knew that I was going to be ordering thousands and thousands and thousands of men and women into battle, and if I didn’t have it right, I could be responsible for the deaths of thousands and thousands of people. That’s sort of a heavy burden to carry, so you don’t carry that burden lightly. You don’t carry that and say, “Oh ho-hum, so what.” No. To my mind, if you have any sort of a conscience at all, you have doubts, but you work your way through those doubts. You work it in such a way that you’re quite sure that you’ve done everything you can possibly do, so that the outcome is a favorable one.