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Reader comment on item: The End of Treason

Submitted by Jane (United States), Aug 16, 2005 at 18:23

Socialism and Islam are political parties with no place in the American Constitution. Starting with the founding of this great nation there were always those who opposed our independent Republic. And today more and more Americans are fed up with all the anti-American movements and media. Treason is alive and well, and still means enemy to most Americans. Weak, fearful leaders are the main reason no one prosecutes when they should--fear and expense--and pitiful, liberal schools that barely teach our youth fundimentals let alone American history and patriotism. Just because traitors tend to be loud, well financed and very calculating is no reason to backdown and allow them to claim mainstream status. Sadly, propaganda usually reads better than truth. Lies become truth to fanatics, and the media has lost the discernment to know which is which. Traitors live to distroy nations--why do we allow them to increase in numbers, strength and credibility.

America used to be a beacon to the rest of the world. Are we to become nothing more than a reflection?

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