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Knotical

I remember a time when this was called Treason

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I also remember a time when treason was punishable by death, not a ridiculously long prison sentence.

 

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-ca...-idUSKCN12J2J6

 

If I were guilty of Treason I'd only request a "ridiculously" long cigarette before the firing squad to savor the moment! To believe in terrorist ideology, and yet afraid to depart from the world must be extremely painful to the conscience!

 

God bless,

William

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When you consider how our modern culture feels about the death penalty giving a traitor a long prison sentence is probably the best we can expect.

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It just tells me that our country does not take this kind of thing as seriously as it once did.

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