Wednesday, August 5, 2009
Alex Jones recently shared two important stories about police officers who are taking their duty to uphold the Constitution seriously.
One of the officers said that his brother had sent him videos and information about the threats to the Constitution and the need for law enforcement to protect the American people against those who would take away our liberty.
Because family members usually have more access than outsiders to members of their family, it is up to the sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, fathers, mothers and grandparents of everyone related to law enforcement or military service to remind them that they serve the American people and the Constitution, and not a particular political party or politician.
Of course, people in the same sports league, congregation, or other frequent social gathering place must also remind their "team mate" about their primary duty to protect the people, and not the powers-that-be.