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Screw America, Traitors Deserve the Right To Destroy the Country!

Posted on December 22 2010 9:00 am
A life-long conservative Reagan Girl and conservative feminist, Lisa holds a Bachelors of Science in Political Science from Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT. Lisa is a staunch, unapologetic, Christian supporter and defender of Israel, who considers herself a spiritual Jew. Lisa resides in CT with her family and assortment of rescued pets.

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If an American betrays this nation and is held prisoner for despicable traitorous acts, the darling must be treated with utmost dignity and respect.  After all, traitors deserve the right to destroy America!  That is the perception of some writers who think it’s horrible Pfc. Bradley Manning is being held at Guantanamo Bay without a well-furnished cell.  After all, Manning exposed America for the nasty warmongering, torturing, money-grubbing empire we are. And he gave top secret government documents to anti-American computer hacker Julian Assange, who is now placing America in harm’s way.  We should praise Manning as the greatest hero since Benedict Arnold, who tried to hand West Point to the British, and those lovable Rosenbergs who sold our atomic bomb secrets to the Soviets.

Writer Karen Kwiatkowski’s latest piece featured at, “Brad Manning Has Rights!,” uses the Tom Cruise/Jack Nicholson movie “A Few Good Men” and its infamous line “The defendant has rights!” as her main argument for claiming America is mistreating an “unproven” spy as a traitor and forcing him to dwell “incommunicado” in a cell “without bedding or permission to exercise in his cell” and is “purposely deprived of human contact.”   Kwiatkowski’s evidence is provided by anti-American/anti-war/anti-military left-wing outlets The New Yorker, The Daily Beast, NPR, Collateral Murder,, TruTv, and, which says Manning, who has never been charged with a crime against America, and is held in maximum confinement, is being imprisoned “under conditions that constitute cruel and inhumane treatment and, by the standards of many nations, even torture.”

Manning’s so-called unfair prison treatment has many up in arms.  Never mind his treasonous actions; Manning has rights, Manning deserves a room at the Plaza for heaven’s sake!  Not being allowed to speak with people or have a bed is considered torture by the Left.  Burning and hanging the burned American contractor’s bodies from bridges is not considered torture, but rather, justified reactions by terrorists to America going into Iraq and stopping those terrorists from annihilating innocent people.

Kwiatkowski compares Bradley Manning’s actions to other caught-and-imprisoned American spies she says were treated fairly:

Former FBI agent Robert Hanssen was arrested in early 2001, and charged with selling secrets to the Soviets during the preceding two decades…Hanssen confessed and was able to hire as an attorney…who negotiated a plea bargain.  After an entire career spent profiting from the sale of classified information to the Soviets and later the Russian Federation, he is held at Supermax in isolation…Aldrich Ames…was not held forever in isolation at a Supermax-style facility.  Instead, he resides at Allenwood Federal Prison with the general population, and is able to receive visitors and to correspond with people outside the prison on issues of current interest. Two other famous convicted federal-level spies of the same era include Army Warrant Officer James Hall and Army Colonel George Trofimoff… who sold secrets were not tortured, nor were they deprived of their constitutional rights to a fair defense. Even though they are convicted military speis, they are serving less intensive punishments than either Ames or Hanssen, and were treated far better than Airman Manning.

All of these traitors should have received the same treatment as the Rosenbergs: execution for treason. Selling out America to the enemy should not be equated to, and given, the Martha Stewart Camp Cupcake treatment one gets for fibbing to the FBI about stock shares.

Next: Could poor Bradley Manning be emotionally damaged for life? —>

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