Monday, October 23, 2006


traitor - noun
Etymology: Middle English traytour, from Anglo-French traitre, from Latin traditor, from tradere to hand over, deliver, betray, from trans-, tra- trans- + dare to give -- more at DATE 1 : one who betrays another's trust or is false to an obligation or duty 2 : one who commits treason
KGB Letter Outlines Sen. Kennedy's Overtures to Soviets, Prof Says
In his book, which came out this week, Kengor focuses on a KGB letter written at the height of the Cold War that shows that Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.) offered to assist Soviet leaders in formulating a public relations strategy to counter President Reagan's foreign policy and to complicate his re-election efforts.
Not only does he kill young girls, he also works to undermine our country, not just in 1984, but today as well. What else has this so called "patriot" done? I think it's time for Edward Kennedy to retire. If he won't retire, he should be kicked out of Congress, and tried! I'm no legal scholar, but I'd say his attempt to influence the 1984 election by dealing with America's enemy at that time, is treason. If a Republican had done this, you know full well there'd be such a hue and cry from the Democrat Party, there'd be a vigilante bunch ready to string 'em up!