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'''Catherine Crabill''' is a [[Republican Party]] member who has run for state delegate and U.S. Congress in [[Virginia]]. She is also a member of the [[Tea Party movement]], and describes those officeholders who violate the [[U.S. Constitution]] as [[treason]]ous.
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'''Catherine Crabill''' is a member of the [[Republican Party]] and has run for state delegate and U.S. Congress in the [[Virginia]], and she is involved in the [[grassroots]] [[Tea Party movement]]. In defense of the [[United States]] [[Founding Fathers]], Catherine Crabill uses the 1892 definition of "[[treason]]" to describe officeholders who violate the [[U.S. Constitution]].<ref>[http://www.catherinecrabill.com/catherine_crabill_for_del/2010/06/websters-primary-dictionary-circa-1892-definition-of-treason.html Webster's Primary Dictionary circa 1892 Definition of Treason], catherinecrabill.com, (Accessed July 15, 2010).</ref>
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*http://www.catherinecrabill.com/
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* [http://www.catherinecrabill.com/ Catherine Crabill] - Catherine's [[Blog]]
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Revision as of 18:49, 15 July 2010

Catherine Crabill is a member of the Republican Party and has run for state delegate and U.S. Congress in the Virginia, and she is involved in the grassroots Tea Party movement. In defense of the United States Founding Fathers, Catherine Crabill uses the 1892 definition of "treason" to describe officeholders who violate the U.S. Constitution.[1]

References

  1. Webster's Primary Dictionary circa 1892 Definition of Treason, catherinecrabill.com, (Accessed July 15, 2010).

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