The NY Times & Treason
editors of The New York Times, once again, have decided
to publish U.S. government secrets about how we are
fighting the War on Terror. Revealing methods of tracking
and catching terrorists to our enemies, the Times editors
shamelessly hide behind their rights under
the First Amendment to our Constitution - all the while
committing acts of treason and undermining the very
government which ensures those rights.
What is forgotten all too often in our society is that
with rights come responsibilities, and that NO right is
We say it is time to prosecute and jail The New York
Times editors who continually give aid and comfort to our
enemies by publishing government secrets for Al Quaida
terrorists to use in their attacks against us.
Editors at the Times say that revealing the details of
secret government programs in the War on Terror is
no big deal because, they say, terrorists
already know that the U.S. is monitoring their financial
But there is a big difference between having vague
knowledge that you are being watched and receiving
specific knowledge of the methods of such an
It would be no different than printing the name and
picture of undercover police officers who had infiltrated
the mafia, or writing a story that alerts a serial killer
to what time the cops are going to knock on his door.
Editors at the Times would have you believe that the
government has no legitimate right to keep any secrets
for any reason and that they are the good guy watchdogs
over our evil, secretive government.
But who are the watchdogs over the press when publishers
recklessly put American lives at risk? We say it is the
governments responsibility to protect us from those
domestic enemies who clearly side with terrorists over
our own safety. To survive, we must jail them.
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