Dear Mr. Farah:
"What does a nation do when its highest official represents the biggest security threat it faces?" may be the most important question ever asked at WND. It's a question on the minds of millions of anguished Americans.
Taking it to the next level: What does a nation do when its highest official represents the biggest security threat it faces, and neither the courts nor the Congress act to remove the source of the "existential threat" to the nation?
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Members of Congress, federal employees and members of the uniformed services take an oath to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic. If Barack Obama is an existential threat to the United States, then he is an existential threat to the U.S. Constitution. If Congress and the courts renege on their oaths of office, then who will lawfully protect our citizens from a rogue president and his malignant abuse of power? Would not our military, bound by oath, therefore be on firm legal and constitutional grounds in rescuing the republic and its constitution from, as you describe him in your editorial, the greatest threat to the American way of life since the nation's founding?