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    oath keepers

    If you are former or current military, law enforcement, check out this website: Oath Keepers Oath Keepers – Guardians of the Republic
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlbrown75 View Post
    If you are former or current military, law enforcement, check out this website: Oath Keepers Oath Keepers – Guardians of the Republic
    This comes up here periodically.

    If you are a member of the military you have taken ONE oath; and you should not be taking secondary oaths, especially when those secondary oaths imply that you might not obey lawful orders.

    These secondary oaths are sowing ideas of sedition within the ranks. Sedition is punishable.
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    This has been discussed at length.

    I fail to see how an oath promotes sedition. This oath just seems to reinforce the first.

    If anything, it's a redundant oath.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopyard View Post
    This comes up here periodically.

    If you are a member of the military you have taken ONE oath; and you should not be taking secondary oaths, especially when those secondary oaths imply that you might not obey lawful orders.

    These secondary oaths are sowing ideas of sedition within the ranks. Sedition is punishable.
    I do not see how a person taking an oath stating that he will obey the original oath he took could be considered sedition. However I do see how someone who believes the oath he took when he went to work for the government was only a formality and means nothing might see it that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zacii View Post
    This has been discussed at length.

    I fail to see how an oath promotes sedition. This oath just seems to reinforce the first.

    If anything, it's a redundant oath.
    If it were merely redundant, there would be no point and no one would be pushing the idea. It isn't merely redundant.

    One oath; the present one prescribed by law is quite sufficient thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopyard View Post
    If it were merely redundant, there would be no point and no one would be pushing the idea. It isn't merely redundant.

    One oath; the present one prescribed by law is quite sufficient thank you.
    The Bill of Rights was also redundant and would be totally unnecessary if the government obeyed the Constitution.

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