Saturday, April 24, 2010

Oath of Office

In the midst of all of the impertinent campaign rhetoric, and all of the irrelevant campaign promises, there is really only one question that all candidates must answer to everyone's satisfaction: "If elected, you will be required to take an oath to uphold and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic. What do you think that means?"

The Constitution is not some obsolete relic from a bygone era. The Constitution is the current, official specification for the US Government. It is the binding contract between the US Government and We the People. Any regime that distorts or disregards the Constitution is untrustworthy and dangerous. If their oath of office is a lie, how can we trust them with our liberty?

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