Earlier this week, 47 Republican senators published an open letter informing the leaders of Iran that any nuclear deal with the United States that failed to be approved by the Senate would likely expire in 2017, once President Barack Obama’s term ended. You can read the full letter here.
The letter enraged progressives, who immediately began accusing the senators of treason for having the audacity to publish basic constitutional facts about how treaties work. Here is but a small sampling of the response from the outrage brigade:
For many liberals this morning, the word treason is defined as not giving Obama his way
— John Podhoretz (@jpodhoretz) March 10, 2015
If these progressives want to know what actual treason looks like, they should consult liberal lion Ted Kennedy, who not only allegedly sent secret messages to the Soviets in the midst of the cold war, he also begged them to intervene in a U.S. presidential election in order to unseat President Ronald Reagan. That’s no exaggeration.
According to Soviet documents unearthed in the early 1990’s, Kennedy literally asked the Soviets, avowed enemies of the U.S., to intervene on behalf of the Democratic party in the 1984 elections. Kennedy’s communist communique was so secret that it was not discovered until 1991, eight years after Kennedy had initiated his Soviet gambit:
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Was’nt that when Gorbchev was in the kremlin and all brain-dead libeals were chanting GORBY,GORBY,GORBY? and Chapaqutic Ted well at least he has(Kennedy)has met his maker that was a act of treason
Yes Teddy was not only a murderer but a treasonous SOB, he fits so well the liberal mold.
@kitt: He even tried to buy his way into Heaven by donating over $1 million to the Vatican while on his death bed. Maybe the Clinton Foundation will be more successful in their bribery schemes.
@Randy:Im no expert on the ticket home. We will all find out if that bribe worked eventually.
Well Ted the Red has paid the price and where he is theres no servents to come every time he claps his hands