Sunday, August 24, 2008

To Uphold and Defend

These policemen violated and abused the 4th & 10th Amendments to the U.S. Constitution.

These sorts of things are happening all over America. Anywhere there's a roadblock checkpoint, there's another freedom being trampled.

A policeman's first duty is to the Constitution.

Remind them of their oath.


Stephen Boyd said...

Whoa!!!! That is really scary!

BTW, what Constitution?

Here's an interesting series you may have seen:

Son3 said...

Thanks for the comment!

I was talking about the United States Constitution, Stephen! :)

Or were you talking about something else?

Son3 said...

Wow, that's kind of wierd!

I saw that series of videos once about five months ago and they've stuck in my mind eversince! I was just thinking about it yesterday!

Thanks for the link, though!

Kind of funny near the end, huh?

Son3 said...

Please pardon any typos: "...eversince".

Maybe that should be a word?



Stephen Boyd said...

Sorry....I was trying to be funny.

"What Constitution", because the Constitution is irrelevant to all except those of us that believe in obeying a standard.

Son3 said...

Oh, oh, oh, oh! I get it now! Silly me, I should have gotten that one right off. LOL!

I'm sure that a modern Government Indocrinated student/subject would have asked the same question, only it wouldn't have been a joke!

Thank God for caring parents.

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