Like many of you, I suspect you too may have been appalled at what I perceived was a lack of loyalty towards the United States by those individuals behind Wikileaks.org. It had seemed to me this exposure of state secrets would damage the national security and increase the risks posed to those in harms way. Unconfirmed reports, however, indicate no such issues were reported.
Putting all of that aside, for pretty much over the last two years, despite many alerts and alarms from citizens, members of the 111th Congress displayed no real concerns about exposing American interests to an even greater security risk. In fact, in my opinion, not only is Congress complicit in jeopardizing our national security, but other members of government including Admiral Mullen and the Joint Chiefs of Staff, are also culpable in undermining our national security.
All of those involved in this rapidly unraveling conspiracy regarding Obama’s ineligibility to legally hold the office of the president, have known the truth about Obama all along. Yet despite the danger to our nation’s safety and security, and in violation of their oath to protect the Constitution, those implicated, have done nothing to protect America from the greatest security risk that ever faced our nation; an illegal alien impostor, hell bent on destroying the American system of government.
In my view, when those responsible by oath, openly violate their responsibility, especially in light of all of the questions raised by the American public and ignored by those responsible for our safety, then I figure the truth needs to be exposed. Let the chips fall where they may!
Those who may be in power at the moment may be in power but they are sure not a government that is representative of the one elected by the people in 2008. I find there is nothing about this current illegal government worthy of any loyalty by this American. You will have to make your own decision on this matter.
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