"We the people want you to be representative of the people and for this great nation, but for far too long now on the rest of Congress, including the executive branch of government, along with the judicial and legislative have turned your back on the American people and their core values and principles. I can say with great confidence and speak on behalf of all Americans that your actions against this country are treasonous. All of you -- against the will of the American people -- have aided and abetted the enemy," said the town hall attendee.Of course, McLame was snotty to the man afterwards.
"You and the rest of Congress, including the president of the United States have went against the will your people in Syria regardless of your position and vote, whether it is a yes or no is still a political smokescreen," the town hall attendee said to an irritated McCain. "I believe wholeheartedly you do not care about the will and well-being of America or its people. You lied the American people about the chemical attacks in Syria. The American people know that it was our government that is most likely responsible. There is strong evidence, including video, that these attacks were carried out by al Qaeda and you advocate starting a war, even maybe World War, by taking the same attack and blaming it on Assad."
"You swore an oath to protect us from all enemies, both foreign and domestic," he said. "The simple irony is that the domestic enemy, now in this country, is the people in government, the Untied States. And McCain, you and the rest of the leaders are accountable for their actions. It is too bad that someone like me is not in office to hold you accountable. Because if I was in a position of power or authority, I would have you all arrested and tried for treason against my country."
"If you and the rest of this government are truly for the American people and representatives of us, I suggest this time you listen because nobody wants another war or strike in Syria or anywhere else," he said.
"I am truly disgusted that you people are my leaders," the man concluded. He was met with a mix of boos and cheers.
But the guy is right. I don't care which party they belong to, anyone who is aiding Obama in starting a war in Syria that would help al-Queda, especially as we are nearing the 12 year anniversary of their attack on America, as well as the one year anniversary of Benghazi, is guilty of treason in my mind, because they are aiding and abetting those who attacked this nation.
John McCain and Lindsey Grahamnesty I also hold responsible in part for Benghazi, because they cheered Obama's illegal war in Libya.
McCain still deserves a good tar and feathering.