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The Violence from the Left Upon Our Persons and Our Rights

bilken Wrote: Mar 17, 2013 9:11 AM
You stated that we should be able to trust those sworn to support the Constitution. I do not trust any elected official in any capacity whether local county state or federal office, In fact in many cases your vote does not even matter. It has become a sham so that people will think they are going to make a difference. Yet the path to serfdom keeps getting closer each day. Come the revolution, I want to be the commissar.

Before elected officials assume their honored position of representing the people, they are required to swear an oath, and pen their signature to the written version.  The sacredness of this covenant is marked by ceremony and meaningful pomp.

Every four years, we witness the very public swearing-in of the President during the inauguration.  The Vice President also raises the right hand on the same day as the President.  Traditionally, the Vice President also administers the oath for incoming senators in his role as President of the Senate.

Article VI of the United States Constitution reads, “The Senators and...