Technically, only Bush Sr. is a traitor as he was treating with a foreign govt., a violation of the Constitution which specifically states only the executive (president) is empowered to do so. Considering the point of the secret negotiation was to bring down the then current legally elected govt., it was definitely high treason. Plus he promised Iran (a self-professed enemy) sales of arms and spare parts for their American built air force as a pay off for helping R.R. get elected (this is why Oliver North was running the shredder in 5th gear before they kicked in the door, to make it look like it was all about supporting the Contras.). Because Bill Clinton WAS president at the time he refused to prosecute Bush, it was within his prerogative as chief law enforcement officer to do so...thus, technically, he is not a traitor. However he certainly violated the spirit of the law. Interestingly, because he refused to prosecute, something the Republican'ts were fully expecting as shown by the fact Bush was giving blanket pardons to his staff members during his last days in office when they had yet to be charged with a crime, it told them Clinton was weak and that is why they wasted so much time sidetracking him with impeachment hearings. Similarly, when Obama declared he also would not prosecute the second Bush administration, they reached the same conclusion and set out on their course of blocking everything he tried to do. If they (Clinton and Obama) had gone ahead with legal action, they would have been perceived by everyone as strong, giving them full popular support and none of these non-legislative shenanigans would have happened. They both let off the criminals and shot themselves in the foot at the same time. When Obama said we needed to move on, all those years ago, I knew then we would do everything but move on and predicted to my wife exactly the scenario that has taken place since. Sadly, our last strong prez was Nixon who kicked ass and took names. If Watergate had not cracked open his armor, he could have done anything he wanted in his second term and gotten away with it.