Imagine that this is September 1944.
Imagine that for the past three years after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the opposition party of FDR has been tirelessly attacking the war effort in both Europe and the Pacific.
The horrible losses at Utah and Omaha Beaches in Normandy in June has raised the clarion call to “pull out of France”. The chants that FDR knew beforehand or was behind the bombing at Pearl Harbor has eroded support among the American populace for the war. Pundits have cast doubt in the resolve of Americans to fight the spread of Nazism by an Axis of evil, in citing the fact that Germany had not attacked us, and that Japan was provoked to war. The candidates running against FDR, have thoroughly trashed General Eisenhower at a Senate Hearing after demanding that both Macarthur, and Patton be court martialed for ‘crimes against humanity’ in the treatment of German and Japanese POWS.
Imagine that right before the Normandy Invasion, Sam Rayburn showed up in Rome to have a nice chat and shopping spree with Benito Mussolini. Then, presidential candidate Thomas Dewey follows suit in September to denounce the American war effort on Fascist TV, declaring American troops in Italy, France and Germany as an “Illegal Occupation” and stating for the ears of the Italian and German Populace on their televisions that Americans do not support the war and want out of it. Following on the heels of the spectacle of calling Patton and Macarthur “liars”, the Chairman of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs states he is going to go to Berlin, to negotiate peace with the Reich’s military commanders.
Of course it’s hard to imagine. The politicians in the 1940’s were not traitors, and the idea of betraying their countrymen on enemy soil and denouncing American troops and commanders wase unthinkable.
But that was 1944.
Today in 2007, it is fashionable and politically astute to commit acts of treason to pander to an anti-American party inside America and embolden the enemies of the United States by justifying their reasons for warring on us. In 2007 America, it is a sin to call evil and sin what they are, and likewise – to call anyone engaging in trashing the country on enemy soil with treason. Instead it is called freedom of speech and expression, but only if you TRASH the country. If you support the country and the war efforts against those who are at war with us, you are a ‘warmonger’, a ‘neocon’ and an enemy of “freedom”.
Last weekend Democrat Presidential Candidate Dennis ‘The Menace” Kucinich, travelled to Sadaam Hussein’s ally Syria, to meet with it’s terrorist leader Assad, and denounce the war effort in Iraq on Syrian television and insulting American troops in the presence of the enemy. Kucinich’s comments have been played over and over on Al Jazeera throughout the middle East, encouraging all Jihadists that their campaign to kill the American “Infidels” is justified.
None dare call it treason, but watch it yourself. It is nothing LESS than treason.
Of course that is not all, much of the Democrat House and Senate is owned and run by the far Left moveon.org cabal, and so it was not surprising that Tom Lantos, the ranking chairman of the House Commitee on Foreign Relations announced his plan to go to Tehran and negotiate Peace with the Ayatollahs while millions are stoked into chanting “Death to America!” in the streets and Iran completes it’s nuclear program.
But not enough Americans are bold enough to call what the Democrats are doing treason. They cower when these treasonous scum manufacture pseudo rage and accuse them of questioning their Patriotism.
It’s past time that Americans when charged with questioning the Patriotism of Democrats and Leftists like Kucinich and Pelosi, state unequivocally and loudly – that YES! we do question their patriotism, AND their judgement. They make Benedict Arnold look like a hero in comparison.