Thursday, June 29, 2006


I'd just like to remind everybody that Treason is a capital crime. When someone accuses another of Treason, they are, in effect, calling for that persons death. Keep that in mind as you read Ann Coulter's latest article.
Unless, that is, the country has simply abolished the concept of treason. We've got a lot of liberals who hate the country and are itching to aid the enemy, so what are you going to do? Indict the entire editorial board of The New York Times? (Actually, that wouldn't be a bad place to start, now that I ask.)

. . . The greatest threat to the war on terrorism isn't the Islamic insurgency -- our military can handle the savages. It's traitorous liberals trying to lose the war at home. And the greatest threat at home isn't traitorous liberals -- it's patriotic Americans, also known as "Republicans," tut-tutting the quaint idea that we should take treason seriously.
It's nice to be offered the difference between the veiled threats of an Ann Coulter and the outright calls for death of a Captain Ed.

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