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This must be a day of stellar thought food. Christopher Buckley at The Daily Beast muses on whether disagreeing with the President's course of action is unpatriotic.

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This must be a day of stellar thought food. Christopher Buckley at The Daily Beast muses on whether disagreeing with the President's course of action is unpatriotic.

An interesting query. The last eight years, to oppose the president was to be a seditious terrorist who hated America almost as much as you hated freedom. The last eight years, we've been in China's pocket. One of these two points have not changed in the least, which should be something of a point of interest.

What say you, loyal Buzzonians, to Buckley's question? Is having negative thoughts about the president's plans anti-American?

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