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Is Edward Snowden a hero?
Hell yes! His actions were moral.
Hell no! Put him away for treason.
Yes and no. It's a grey area.
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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Wed, 2013-12-04 05:41
I have referred for some time to The Anti-American President as "Obamarx," for obvious reasons. I have argued that Obamarx's "abuses and usurpations" have taken America well beyond the point where the forcible removal of him and his regime is justified under the terms of the Declaration of Independence. Much of Airhead America continues to tolerate—nay, swoon over—the occupation of the White House by this travesty. Some, thankfully, with an acute awareness of the nature of the treason to America's founding principles being perpetrated by Obamarx, are now referring to him as "The Uber-President." Today, the House Judiciary Committee held hearings on whether Obamarx has indeed abused his authority under the Constitution, especially in the implementation of Obamacare. One person who argued that he assuredly has, went on to say, in extemporaneous remarks, that Congress should not shy away from the "I" word ("impeachment") and, further, when the President no longer regards himself as being constrained by the law, neither should his liberty-supporting opponents, who are entitled to remove him by "revolution" if need be.
This is what we must hear from Orgoism (and the Tea Party). Enough timorous Obleftivism already! Have these jellyfish not read To All Innocent Fifth Columnists?
As I wrote re Benghazigate:
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