those in disagreement of Constitutionally limited government accountable to the rule of law are either inherently enemies of LIBERTY, or have been deceived into believing socialism/fascism/(name your authoritarian/tyrannical government) is worthy of dispensing with our unalienable individual liberties for the "greater good".
those who now wonder "where were these folks when Bush was in office" are obviously uninformed about the truth of the matter.
since joining the ranks of American patriots concerned with the direction of America in the 90's, i learned that there HAS BEEN a faction within the military & law enforcement who DO take their oath of office SERIOUSLY - they just hadn't officially organized until 2009 as the OathKeepers.
also noteworthy, the anti-American actions of each Presidential administration serve as more "straws placed upon the camel's back". these straws also serve in waking up Americans from all across the political spectrum. as the Federal Government CONTINUES to act anti-American, We the People will CONTINUE to take sharper notice and rise up to oppose these enemies DOMESTIC, just as We have over time opposed various enemies FOREIGN.
this is the charge of the OathKeepers. there is ABSOLUTELY NOTHING sinister about mandating that American governing authorities OBEY THE LAW and act within their Constitutional limits.
it is only those who prefer rule of whim to rule of law who are "concerned" about such a group as the OathKeepers.
Potok and his Southern Poverty Law Center ironically display a total lack of understanding of LAW & LIBERTY, especially if they are pro-gun control and simultaneously against law abiding military & law enforcement. people like this who are ready to cry "RACISM" at the mere advancement of holding government accountable to the rule of law are the REAL dangers to the future of America!
bernard baruch carman
* * *
* * *
- infinity games ∞ infinity solutions ∞ audio/Mac specialist
Group asks police and military to lay down arms in response to orders deemed unlawful
Depending on your perspective, the Oath Keepers are either strident defenders of liberty or dangerous peddlers of paranoia. In the age of town halls, talk radio and tea parties, middle ground of opinion is hard to find. Launched in March by Las Vegan Stewart Rhodes, Oath Keepers bills itself as a nonpartisan group of current and retired law enforcement and military personnel who vow to fulfill their oaths to the Constitution...