<center><h1>...W. Mark Felt</h1></center> Now that Mr. Felt's role in bringing down teh Nixon Administration has been made public, it was inevitable that he be castigated as a traitor by former Nixon staffers such as "Tex" Coulson, Leonard Garment, Pat Buchanan and others. Apparently, to them and others at any rate, Mr. Felt's loyalty was to have been to the President. But the oath that all military, law-enforcement and political office holders take is not an oath of fealty to a prince or king. First and foremost is to "...<i>Support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic</i>...". W. Mark Felt lived up to that oath in the truest sense of its meaning. He brought to light the criminal acts authorized by President Nixon and his aids. President Nixon violated his oath of office by ordering the Watergate burglary, and as a result, he became an enemy of the Constitution rather than it's primary defender. Mr. Felt, rather than betraying his own office and the nation fulfilled his oath of office and, and brought down a President who had betrayed his own oath and office and country. We can only hope for more such men and women who will live up to this sterling example, and protect this nation and the Constitution from "...<i>All enemies, foreign and <b>domestic</b></i>...".