reply to post by housegroove23
In 1993, at the beginning of the Clinton administration, several of us were attending a meeting of the Oregon State Defense Force. It is provided for
in the State's Revised Statutes, it's purpose to support the State [National] Guard.
A prior service Warrent Officer was sworn in. When the oath got to the point where the words should have been "..to uphold and defend the
Constitution", instead they were to "obey all orders from the Governor and the President".
If this current story had validity, then the 'fix is in'.
Suggest looking into the corporation called "THE UNITED STATES":
[On February 21, 1871, the Forty First Congress passed an act entitled;
"An Act to Provide a Government for the District of Columbia,"]
Also the Uniform Commercial Code, § 1-207.
Performance or Acceptance Under Reservation of Rights:
(1) A party who with explicit reservation of rights performs or promises performance or assents to performance in a manner demanded or offered by
the other party does not thereby prejudice the rights reserved. Such words as "without prejudice", "under protest" or the like are sufficient.
BTW, the UCC IS COPYRIGHTED LAW:
... of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (NCCUSL), and is administered by ALI [American Law Institute] under a policy set by the Permanent
Editorial Board for the UCC. While UCC material in both draft and final form is copyrighted: Drafts are freely available and accessible on NCCUSL's
website. No further license is required ...
Also look into the Statutes at Large. Statute at Large #1 is better known as The Declaration of Independence!!!!
#2 is the Articles of Confederation,
#3 is The Constitution FOR The United States