Saturday, March 31, 2007


Congratulations to for keeping up with the times. The top entry in
the post is "Word of the Day" and for Saturday, March 31, it reads:
"Today's word is...sedition."


Over at Drudge, today's word is that Speaker of the House San-Fran-Nan Pelosi, currently soiling the Holy Land with her presence, is set to pop across the border and visit Secondary Axis of Evil Lifetime Member Syria, in defiance of official U.S. diplomatic policy and the urgent personal behest of the current administration.

Let us all be charitable and hope that the worst thing that happens to Mrs. Pelosi during this heinously unnatural act is that she has made crystal clear to Mr. and Ms. Ordinary American her gargantuan arrogance, her contempt for her country, and her boundless stupidi

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trea·son [tree-zuhn] –noun
1. the offense of acting to overthrow one's government or to harm or kill its sovereign.
2. a violation of allegiance to one's sovereign or to one's state.
3. the betrayal of a trust or confidence; breach of faith; treachery.

[Origin: 1175–1225; ME tre(i)so(u)n <>traïson <>trāditiōn- (s. of trāditiō) a handing over, betrayal. See tradition]

1. Treason, sedition mean disloyalty or treachery to one's country or its government. Treason is any attempt to overthrow the government or impair the well-being of a state to which one owes allegiance; the crime of giving aid or comfort to the enemies of one's government. Sedition is any act, writing, speech, etc., directed unlawfully against state authority, the government, or constitution, or calculated to bring it into contempt or to incite others to hostility, ill will or disaffection; it does not amount to treason and therefore is not a capital offense. 2. See disloyalty.