The President is Always Under Oath: Once the president swears an oath he is continually under oath. Every time he does the business of the American people he is sworn to honesty……
The President is Always Under Oath: Once the president swears an oath he is continually under oath.
All Soldiers have taken a sworn oath to defend the Constitution against its enemies both domestic and foreign and remain loyal to the American way of life. There are two different oaths that are taken. One is for Soldiers and one is for Officers. Both swear to support and defend the Constitution…… The key difference is the omission of the promise to obey in the Officer’s oath. Officers are legally bound by the same Uniformed Code of Military Justice as all Soldiers are, but they are not morally bound. Officers are trusted by the American People, through their congressional representatives who approve commissions, with the enormous moral responsibility of knowing when not to obey.
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What Justice will swear in 0bama on Jan. 20 2013Me | 12 / 8 / 2012 | Lionheartusa1Posted on Saturday, December 08, 2012 11:39:03 AM by Lionheartusa11
Can anyone tell me which Supreme Court Justice will swear 0bama in in the proposed private swearing in ceremony .
The White House Correspondents Association is strongly urging the Obama administration to allow press access to the president’s official swearing-in ceremony on Jan. 20, following indications from inauguration committee officials that the event could potentially be closed to the press.
“Mindful of the historic nature of this occasion, we expect the White House will continue the long tradition of opening the President’s official swearing-in to full press access, and we as an organization are looking forward to working with the administration to make that happen,” Ed Henry, the Fox News correspondent and president of the White House Correspondents Association, said in a statement.
Something is not right in America, take 2. By Shepard Ambellas theintelhub.com November 20, 2012
One month from now on January 20, 2013, President Obama will be required by law to be sworn-in for his second presidential term by noon. However, something mysterious is happening again with the ceremony raising the eyebrows of some. Since the 20th falls on a Sunday, a private ceremony will be held signifying the possibility of fraud as the “public” ceremony will be held the following day.
Members of the US military often point to the oaths they take upon enlistment as proof they will never violate the rights of Americans. They insist they are committed toward “defending” the Piece of Paper (also known as the US Constitution)
and thereby also defend the individual rights that this document claims to protect. But is it wise for the free individual to rely on such an oath being kept?
Liberty Knows No Compromise
Dr. Jimmy T. LaBaume firstname.lastname@example.org
I came to realize the truth of this during my Great Awakening. That is why I did not re-enlist in the Marine Corps with less than two years to go to a good “retirement.” I would have had to raise my right hand and solemnly swear to “protect and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic.” I just couldn’t tell that lie any longer.
Most of the members of today’s military are just like I was–dupes. At every stage of life, from kinder-garden to the university, from church to sporting events they are bombarded with statist propaganda with the purpose of training them “to be obedient tools of the ruling class, easy to manage and quick to unthinkingly obey. The goal of the system was (and still is) to “fashion” the person in such a way that he ‘simply cannot will otherwise.’“
My guess is that at least 99% of them have not even read the constitution. How can they solemnly sweat to uphold it? — jtl, 419
Military Oaths Are Meaningless
by Roger Young
Previously by Roger Young: Personal Secession – Reactions and Suggestions
Members of the US military often point to the oaths they take upon enlistment as proof they will never violate the rights of Americans. They insist they are committed toward “defending” the Piece of Paper (also known as the US Constitution) and thereby also defend the individual rights that this document claims to protect. But is it wise for the free individual to rely on such an oath being kept?