1. Also, sub·ver·sion·ar·y / tending to subvert or advocating subversion, esp. in an attempt to overthrow or cause the destruction of an established or legally constituted government.
2. a person who adopts subversive principles or policies.
—Related forms sub•ver•sive•ly, adverb sub•ver•siv•ism, sub•ver•sive•ness, noun
—Synonyms 1. traitorous, treacherous, seditious, destructive
With the Dem’s takeover of Congress has come the inevitable, and of course cowardly, SUBVERSION of the National Security through the weasel-like ‘non-binding resolution’ ploy to be followed by further SUBVERSIVE acts to undermine the war effort.
Meanwhile, their fellow travelers in the mainstream media scribe accounts of their activities as if they were merely reporting the Congress was declaring it National Dental Hygiene month.
NOW can I question these idiots’ "patriotism"?
Until the Republicans in Congress ditch their ossified leadership and start heaping rightful scorn on those who have deserted the War on Terror, ALL future appeals for contributions sent to me will meet my ‘roundfile’ unopened. If enough people did it, we wouldn’t have to do it very long to make things right.