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Politicians Swear an Oath of Office- What Does “Oath” Mean to YOU?

I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States. ~~~The Oath sworn by every President during their inauguration.

The Constitution is a fairly simple document, written in plain English of the era in which it was written. The Constitution confers no rights upon Government – it describes duties and limitations of power. The “Bill of Rights” confers no rights upon the people, it affirms inherent rights given each individual by our creator and prescribes limitations upon the government the people elect to represent them for the common good of the people.

Let me be honest – The Federal government is now about 98% outside of the limitations placed upon it by the Constitution. That Constitution is a contract – and government has been in breach of the contract for generations now.

It is time to take responsibility … to suffer the pain of change … to do whatever it takes to restore the contract to what was intended.

We want convenience, and pay for that convenience with chains. Negligence for generations necessitates a mighty effort to restore that which was neglected… or we just let it all collapse. What is your choice?

Speak..shout… or forever hold your peace.

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  • Liberty or Not?

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    Liberty is man's natural desire; given as a gift from our creator. The creator also gave us the choice of fulfilling our responsibilities so that liberty may live, or to be so lazy that we let it die.

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