Heroes: Vanderboegh and Codrea not Woodward and Bernstein

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There are a few posts that I have been thinking about for a long time. I haven’t written them, because they are too long and too involved and they don’t do much other than restate what we all know, but at times like this, I just can’t hold my tongue.

There is not a politician in office right now, who is not a traitor. There is no other way to put it. I know there are some good ones in there somewhere. Steve King of Iowa is one, a man who stands up for what he believes and walks out on the SOTU before he had to listen to any of the obvious garbage Barack Obama might spew. I know that in civilized politics, that is not an acceptable reaction, but he did it, probably because the concept of “civilized politics” in this day and age is ludicrous.

I met Steve King many years ago, back during the run up to the passage of Obamacare, when most Constitutionalists recognized that it was being subverted to pass such an abomination. King was the only representative in the House to take the time to talk to us and encourage our resistance to the law. Others glad-handed us and placated us and a few Democrats tried to have us thrown out of the building.

So, I am torn a little on Steve King, but the rest are traitors. Men of honor would not remain in office while the wholesale destruction of our nation has taken place. It is more than just the obvious violations of the 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 9th and 10th Amendments, it is the refusal to enforce federal law, the borders, and defend the nation from all enemies foreign and domestic. It is also the importation of refugees and placing them in states without consent of the governor of that state, an act which violates federal law. Texas and Alabama have filed lawsuits against the practice.

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1 Response to Heroes: Vanderboegh and Codrea not Woodward and Bernstein

  1. Average Joe says:

    While I should not stand for many, he needs to examine the record of Congressman Walter Jones and list his actions that could be construed as treason or offer a retraction. A sense of honor would dictate such action.

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