Every single member of all branches of the military took an oath to protect their country and "The Constitution"
and once they were honorably discharged after performing all their duties and became Veterans they never relinquished that sworn oath, it is forever
bound to them.
If during the course of their enlistment they violated their oath, they would surely be court-martial-ed for dereliction of duty or even worse, a
Traitor. So shouldn't it be said that even once a Veteran, they are still bound by that oath and should still be under the same set of laws if they
looked the other way and did not perform the duty they swore this oath to? To Serve and Protect this Nation and The Constitution.
I believe they are bound by this oath. The unfortunate part is the fact that our nations leaders don't seem to care about the oaths that they take,
and use every single judicial loophole they can to circumvent and violate the Constitution with prejudice. therefore it is the sole responsibility of
all our nations active and inactive oath takers to serve and protect their oaths and their Constitution from those who so blatantly ignore and violate
Your oaths require only your decision to uphold and delegate , without any further orders from any chain of command, and specifically a chain of
command that is corrupt treasonous and clearly an enemy of this country and its Constitution.
What Say Ye
edit on 22-2-2013 by SPECULUM because: cuzican