Posted by | March 2, 2010 13:49 | Filed under: Top Stories

EquityRoy at Kos caught Kentucky Senator Jim Bunning reading a constituent letter on the Senate floor, calling for a “long overdue revolution in this country.”  Why would Bunning have chosen to read this particular passage? Does he advocate revolution?  Roy asks:

Did Sen. Bunning commit a crime by reading a letter on the floor of the Senate advocating the violent overthrow of the US government? How can this not be treason? Being outrageous to garner attention is one thing but I think this particular outrage needs to be investigated as a possible crime against the state. Forget the politics; this is a question of the greater good of the country. If ever words demand the removal of a US Senator from office surely these are they.

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