Benedict Arnold’s betrayal of the Continental Army is quite clear ["America has brand new Benedict Arnold"]. He was snubbed out as leader of the troops for the attack on Ticonderoga by Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys and in the end got no credit at all for the Continental victory, which he should’ve gotten.
And there was the Battle of Saratoga. Horatio Gates refused to go at the British, so Arnold led the attack, suffering a bad wound to his leg and becoming a true hero – but Gates the coward got the credit.
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Ms. Schilling, your recent WND article regarding John Roberts being a Benedict Arnold right on. Roberts’ decision to re-write the legislation in order to declare it constitutional was akin to making a pseudo constitutional silk purse out of an unconstitutional sow’s ear.
There is no question Roberts is the one person out of over 300 million who is most responsible for Obama being president. We’ll never know, but if Roberts had voted “unconstitutional,” a case can be made that Obama would never have been re-elected.
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Your harsh criticism of Justice Roberts is a disgrace. To equate him with Benedict Arnold tells me you are a bunch of fools. You wouldn’t make a pimple on Justice Roberts’ a–.
Mr. Farah: Your column on this subject said it all! ["NRA wrong about armed guards in schools"] Isn’t it amazing how quickly God has been ejected from schools, but how quickly the IDIOTS want to place guns in schools to provide Obama with more ammunition and guns to totally destroy our nation? Wayne LaPierre doesn’t have a clue about resolving our national dilemma that threatens all of us! He obviously has never heard of God!
When are you going to publish, in large type headlines, the names, home addresses and home phone numbers of the owner, editor and writer of the article that appeared in The Journal News of White Plains, N.Y.? ["Own a gun? We know where you live"] I’d like to give them a call and let them know what I think of this action.
Joseph Farah prides himself on the number of words he puts out daily. In fact, it is just very predictable drivel about repenting. The message is always the same and takes no real thought. Someone should take the “replay” button away from Mr. Farah.