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February 15, 2007


Not legally treason, but a lawyer could quibble over what actually helps an enemy. Anti-war movements as you know have been part of every war the US has been involved in, from the Dem Copperheads to the large anti-war movement throughout the time of WW2. You are quite right to ask "What's the alternative plan" to deal with international threats? Isolationism does not work when people want to kill you, and neither bribery nor surrender don't quite seem right either.

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