posted on Jun, 12 2013 @ 05:35 PM
reply to post by Bedlam
Does the USC ever define the "United States"? I ask this because it seems to be an important note which I highly doubt is ever actually laid out.
If it means the people of the United States, then the party guilty of doing damage here is the government in the first place. Snowden's revelations
have done me no ill whatsoever aside from pissing me off more than I was before at the government holding the scepter over our heads. Same is true
for providing aid to the enemy... there's quite a bit of ammunition for mockery provided by the feds here, seeing as how the USA was supposed to be
well above these types of shady dealings.
I refuse to label the man as having committed any crime whatsoever against me. When you get right down to it, we're all dealing with a government
that puts themselves above all else anyway, so that same tact needs to be adopted by each of us. If it doesn't hurt "we the people", then the feds
can shove their complaints up their asses... if, however, their own actions are damaging to us, then they deserve to have them laid bare and should be
subject to a code of the people dictating their reigns of error are over.