Has the citizens of this nation sworn anything to the consititution?
Greetings rcwj1975, how are you my friend?
This post is a most excellent post, and one that NEEDS to be addressed, by ALL ~ AMERICAN CITIZENS ~ (gang members, and such, don't consider
themselves Americans, so I'm sure they count themselves out).
There is a dilema approaching that needs to have focus if it is to succeed.
March 13 there's supposed to be a march onto Washington to address the scope of issues the letter addresses, and this March is going to be done by
CONSTITUTIONALLY ACCEPTED, AND ACCEPTABLE people.
You can be assured that law enforcement is going to be there.
This movement has called for civil disobedience. Do these people have the right to be such?
CONSTITUTIONALLY, yes, they do. However, like rcwj1975 mentioned, many of these folks never swore an oath to the Constitution, so - therefore - do
they have a right, just by their citizenship alone?
Something inside of me is telling me no....
You too bring up a very, VERY relevant point rcwj1975, one that I feel ~EVERY~ American needs to personally address. I think it's time for American
citizens to step up and swear an oath to protect the constitution, to legitimize their right to defend it.
HOW CAN THIS BE ACCOMPLISHED?
They are CONSTITUTIONALISTS, that will be defending their CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS by performing this DUTY to protest the unconstitutionality of
America's existing government. But if they have never gone on record as having sworn to defend the Constitution, Law Enforcement - I believe -
doesn't have to, nor are they allowed to - recognize them as having the dutiful right to ~ ACT ~ on Constitutional issues.
Those that have not sworn a Constitutional Oath too could quite possibly be foreign operatives, helping to egg on the revolt - JUST TO BRING ABOUT AN
ABSOLUTE FALL OF AMERICA!
I have a way to resolve this issue, but it needs to be implimented quickly if we are to stave off a possible injunction during a Constitutionally
bound movement that could cause an all out civil war to occur.
I know that this is a BIG thing to try to accomplish in such short notice, but if it could be implimented as a form of OBLIGATIONAL IDENTITY to
identify individuals who eventually do partake in the 'movement' to correct American policy as an individual who HAS sworn a duty to the
constitution, it would legitimize their right to ACT, as well as let LEOs know that they are Constitutional Patriots attempting to correct American
Basically, it's this: There needs to be some place - a website that also stores data physically - that would allow Americans to swear an oath to
defend the constitution, the same oath the military and law enforcement swears (perhaps the Oath Keepers can help with this...) AS WELL AS some
identifiable logo that can announce that individual's indemnity to the constitution.
Perhaps the original American flag of thirteen white stars in a circle on the navy blue background? (minus the stripes, to make this a FOCUSED
The government has set up a website for Americans that actually allows them to sign the American Declaration of Independance ! Now while this yet is
still not the Constitution, it IS a form of an oath - in the form of your signature - that will go on file with the government. Signing the
Declaration would be a big step towards a form of oath. This site is located here:
Sign the American Declaration of Independance
But it's still not enough I'm afraid...
there is another website that allows folks to sign the 'New Declaration of Independance' that too may be of use - however I am under the impression
that the website, which is a movement for small government, may actually be a front for the tea party movement. It's found here:
Will You Sign the New
Declaration of Independence?
The big thing is - there is no way for someone who is an average citizen, to place thier signature on the constitution...
You can visit the Government's Constitution website (which also houses the separation of Constitutional Law, as amendments 1 - 10, known as the Bill
of Rights, Articles of Confederation, the Virginian Declaration of Independance, and the Magna Carta) here:
The Constitution of the United States of America
On a personal note... I have never sworn an oath Constitutionally, as I've not served in the military nor in Law Enforcement. I am however a 12th
generation American with ancestors who fought in the Revolutionary War, to secure this country and her freedom. My Mother has served on Capitol hill
as Secretary to Senator Montgomery, as well as her brother, my uncle, was the Master Electrician in charge over maintenance of the Capitol building
proper, that is until he retired.
My Father - he's a decorated Vietnam Era Commissioned officer who was in command over his Navy Seal unit, O.D.S.... With the PERSONAL achievement of
the Silver Star and the Navy Cross.
I'm an American. I need to be known as one...
Is my proposal a relevant one?