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Thursday, September 02, 2004 Inside Cover Story: "The singer, who is noting his 50th year in show business, did not back away from his earlier charge in a TV interview that he thought CBS had committed an act of treason in releasing the photos of the prisoner scandal in Iraq.
'That information was used to kill our people in a time of war,' he charged. 'You can't call it anything but treason. But they call it freedom of the press.'"
Good for Pat Boone. It would have been called treason in any other time in American history, but now the big print and big tv media are fully in bed with the anti-American cabal and think of themselves above the law. They decide what they will air and what they will not air, and only God can question their decision, and they don't believe in God, so that leaves them free, they think.
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