Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Your happy daydream for a Tuesday

How many acts of treason has this administration committed?

I'll start: Acting directly contrary to law by arming Mexican drug lords with American weapons, in hopes of creating a false scandal that could then be used as a justification for taking away our 2nd Amendment rights.


  1. Technically, I don't think it is possible for a President to commit treason. If he releases all of our Nuclear missile launch codes to the Russians, it's just foreign policy, not treason.

    1. It's a daydream. In daydreams, he can. In real life, he did, technically or untechnically speaking.

  2. "He" (by that I mean the machine that put him in office) got Mrs. Clinton to stop running for POTUS by promising her the Sec. of State gig. When she dozed-off and the wheels came off in Benghazi "he" brought in the cleaners to distance her from the debacle and resist anyone who sought the truth about what went on there. That's obstruction of justice and contrary to the oath of office "he" took.

  3. The definition of treason is specifically described within Article III, Section 3, of our divinely inspired Constitution of the United States of America.

    According to that definition, Abraham Lincoln and Dwight David Eisenhower were guilty, and should have been formally impeached and prosecuted for high treason against the United States of America.