Originally posted by Namaste1001
reply to post by Whereweheaded
The oath also states "that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic"
If the President is breaking the constitution that they swore an oath to defend but also have to obey the President then where does that leave them?
Does that make the contract null and void?
The oath is asking them to do two conflicting things.
Very true, and I'm glad someone brought this up.
You are told to fight for the freedoms you have as a citizen of the United States, and for those who live within its boarders, and yet when you figure
out that the reason you're fighting this 'war' is full of lies and fallacies you are conflicted with what to do.
Are you a terrorist if you decide that your government [or at least some of them who serve within] is the one behind all of the issues which have
taken us to war in the first place? The answer is yes
because what does a person do if they decide to fight back against those evils?
They are labeled a domestic terrorist.
Now I'm not saying it's okay to attack your own country, nor am I saying innocent lives are OK to be taken for the 'good' of any cause - but
that's what our own government is, and has been, doing for a very long time.
I think we need to gather those like minded, state our cause, and be heard - period.
When that is not enough then those within the cause can decide the next step. Personally I see a [or multiple] revolutions occurring within the US in
time, but that's just my opinion. I would hope it would not have to come to such a thing, but with all the frustration going on between us Americans
you have to wonder when enough is enough. It's past that stage in fact, at least for most of us, it's just a matter of spreading the truth and
getting people to stop listening to the MSM.
I understand how hard it is to believe that your own country would betray you, I understand that it sounds unthinkable. When I was younger I believed
the things I was told as well, but luckily at a young age I began questioning what I was told and started doing my own research and I've also had my
own experiences which tell me different things than the government has told myself and all of you.
Let's just hope we can resolve our countries, the worlds, issues without destroying ourselves... however, what must be done, will be done and will