Patton was on the other day and FLG simply cannot resist watching the first five minutes.
What struck FLG, however, is that most people probably think that is the actual speech verbatim. It's not. Or at least it's not the exact speech of that attendees recall. Wikipedia has that version. It's a much better speech. The movie version would have been dramatically improved with these included:
All through your army career you men have bitched about what you call 'this chicken-shit drilling.' That is all for a purpose—to ensure instant obedience to orders and to create constant alertness. This must be bred into every soldier. I don't give a fuck for a man who is not always on his toes.
I don't want any messages saying 'I'm holding my position.' We're not holding a goddamned thing. We're advancing constantly and we're not interested in holding anything except the enemy's balls. We're going to hold him by his balls and we're going to kick him in the ass; twist his balls and kick the living shit out of him all the time. Our plan of operation is to advance and keep on advancing. We're going to go through the enemy like shit through a tinhorn.
Yes, yes. I know that second part is in there without the foul language. But if foul language isn't appropriate when you are about to invade Normandy to fight the Nazis and fight for fucking freedom, then I don't know when it is.