Stewart Rhodes, Founder of Oath Keepers

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OATH KEEPERS is a growing group of Military, Veterans, Firefighters and Peace Officers who will honor their oaths to defend the Constitution and who will NOT “just follow orders,” will stand for liberty, and will save the Republic, so help us God.

Their motto is: “Not on Our Watch!”

Oath Keepers, Guardians Of The Republic.

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6 thoughts on “Stewart Rhodes, Founder of Oath Keepers

  1. What a joke. Aways some numbskulls acting like fools. I guess they will soon be out of jobs if they aren’t going to do what their employers ask them to do.

    Funny though. Where were these “brave” souls when George W. Bush was shredding the constitution, calling for torture and illegally wiretapping Americans, among other things? Not on duty, I guess. Oh well. Some people are just suckers.

  2. Rant away, mini-abel, you don’t qualify.

    Funny you would dare bring up Bush when it is the bama actually doing all that to satisfy your little commie hearts.

  3. “I don’t qualify”? Funny. Coming from someone who doesn’t appear to be qualified for much more than changing oil, I will take that as a compliment.

    Remember, though decent is patriotic, dereliction of duty is a crime.

    Lets be clear just who these people are. They are leftovers of the dwindling Republican Party sore loosers and nothing more.

    Again, where were these Republican decenters when President Bush, Vice President Cheney and other Bush Administration officials were shredding the U.S. Constitution? I know you don’t have much courage to speak against the GOP, but at least have some intellectual honesty here. Sheesh.

    One more thing, you mention dare I bring up President Obama. Need I remind you that President Bush was before him, yet your Republican Group stayed quiet.

  4. That’s what I like about you, mini, ignorant as ever.

    While I am sure decent is patriotic, so is dissent, unless of course, we dissent with Demokrats.

    Once again, though, you show your incapability to even watch things you comment on as at about 1:40 into the video, he mentions an award he received in law school for being critical of Bush’s “power grab.”

    You make this all too easy, mini.

  5. Lew — at what point do you think an individual soldier, police officer, fire fighter, etc. may disregard an order from a superior simply because he thinksit is unconstitutional? Isn’t that a recipe for anarchy?

    Also — does that cut both ways with you? Would you, for instance, support the prosecution of an officer who refused an order to torture a “detainee?”
    Could a cop refuse to remove anti-abortion protesters who were blocking a clinic because he thinks abortion is unconstitutional and doing so would violate the protesters right to free speech?

    I mean — where does it stop?

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