No good excuse? You are not making sense comrade. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! Well, that's not really true is it? The acts in question occurred before Flynn was sworn into the Trump administration. That's kind of the whole point behind the Logan Act...remember? But that doesn't mean he wasn't sworn to protect the Constitution and uphold the law. Flynn is a retired member of the US military. He took an oath office when he entered military service. He swore to uphold the Constitution as all military members do. That oath doesn't go away on retirement or separation from the service. Just because Flynn wasn't "in power" it doesn't mean he had no ability to work against US policy. Again, that's kinda the whole point behind the Logan Act. That's why the law was created. Someone did it. That's why congressional Republicans updated the law in 1994. LOL..... Denial isn't a river in Egypt comrade. That's not honest, is it? No one has argued the "undoing of Obama's policies" is treason. You used another fallacy as you are wont to do: a straw man to be more specific. For your edification: What has been argued is that Flynn betrayed the trust which had been invested in him. The Trump administration admitted as much in its press conference this morning. No this isn't about left wingers gone wild as you wish it to be. This is about betrayal and the admission of betrayal. Flynn has admitted he betrayed the nation by lying to his superiors. And in lying, Flynn compromised himself. That's not a matter of speculation. That's a matter of fact. The principals have admitted as much. Flynn has admitted it. Trump has admitted it through his spokespeople. Now you may not like it, and it's obvious you don't. But that doesn't make these developments any less real or any less important.