The word treason gets thrown around a lot, but this is one instance where I cannot think of any other word to describe what happened.
2004 was one of the bloodiest years in Iraq. In late 2004, the battle of Fallujah raged. The United States would suffer some of the heaviest casualties of the Iraq war during this time.
The America hating group "Code Pink" wanted to establish a "peace camp" at Fallujah. The US military rejected their request for assistance to get to Fallujah and assistance while they were there. The military had legitimate concerns about the $600,000 in cash and goods that were going to be distributed. The military legitimately feared that some of this support would go to insurgents who were killing American marines.
Enter Barbara Boxer and Henry Waxman. They each wrote letters to the American Embassy in Jordan asking that the Embassy assist Code Pink in its Iraqi adventure. Code Pink went to Iraq in 2004, decrying the war as "killing Iraqi children." While American soldiers were fighting to liberate Iraq, these people, with Boxer and Waxman, knowingly aiding and abetting them, gave aid and comfort to the enemy.
Of course Boxer and Waxman do not care. Patriotism for them is a joke. They do not love this country, nor do they care for those who do. The members of Code Pink who went to Iraq in 2004 are traitors and should be tried for treason. The Bush administration did nothing to those who helped the insurgents who killed Americans. Perhaps our next President will have the intestinal fortitude to do something about this. After all, there is no statute of limitations on treason.
Meanwhile, both Boxer and Waxman are up for reelection this year. The mainstream media ignores their aid to Code Pink as they gave aid and comfort to those trying to kill American soldiers. Some of the alternative media is covering this story. More should. You can find more information at the Daily Caller.