"traitor - definition of traitor by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus ...traitorCached - definition of traitorCached by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia. - Similar You +1'd this publicly. Undo Also found in: Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia, 0.01 sec. trai·tor (tr t r). n. One who betrays one's country, a cause, or a trust, especially one who commits treason." Mittens is on his way over to London ENGLAND to attend a fund raiser which up until two weeks ago was co-chaired by a certain BOB DIAMOND who up until two weeks ago was the CEO of Barclays of London now being investigated for fraud and illegaly gaming the international banking system. This is treason of the highest order. One: going to foreign soil to take money to influence a presidential election in the U S A. Two: attending said fund raiser co-chaired by a criminal financier that manipulated banks contributing heavily to the worlds recent economic melt down. Mitt Romney obviously has no shame. Neither does anyone that would support him. " LONDONAs Barclays BARC.LN -1.28%PLC negotiated a settlement with U.S. and British authorities over its attempts to manipulate interest rates, the bank tried to keep regulators from publicly naming two top executives touched by the scandal, said people involved in the talks. Senior Barclays's officials reckoned that obscuring the involvement of Chief Executive Robert Diamond and Chief Operating Officer Jerry del Missier would shield the 322-year-old British bank and its executive suite from political fallout, these people said. The mission initially succeeded: The settlement announced June 27 referred to the men only as unnamed members of Barclays's "senior management." Who's Who in the Barclays Shake-Up Key players View Interactive .Bob Diamond: A Banking Chief Take a look at Mr. Diamond's time at Barclays. View Interactive Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg Robert Diamond, former chief executive officer of Barclays. ..Within days, however, the executives' involvement became clear and it fueled a political firestorm. Less than a week after the settlement was announcedacknowledging the bank sought to manipulate the London interbank offered rate, known as LiborMessrs. Diamond and del Missier resigned, along with Chairman Marcus Agius, setting adrift one of the world's biggest banks." link: Missteps on Libor Doomed Barclays's Leaders - WSJ.com London Fund-Raisers Put Romney in a Scandals GlareBy MICHAEL BARBARO and NICHOLAS CONFESSORE Published: July 20, 2012 They were envisioned as low-key, across-the-pond fund-raisers that would allow Mitt Romney to extract campaign cash from expatriates in London by night as he played statesman by day. .But the two receptions that Mr. Romney, the presumptive Republican nominee, will hold for donors next week during a swing through Europe are turning into an ill-timed public relations headache for him. Link: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/20/u...ut-mitt-romney-in-banking-scandals-glare.html Really Mittens???? REALLY?