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Thursday, February 19, 2015

Oklahoma Commits Sedition

In response to a story 2/19/2015

The language "that those who issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples can be subject to removal from office", is by itself a paradox for any government employee in Oklahoma who must take an oath to defend the Constitution  and uphold the laws of the United States. The oath of allegiance is universal for any public employee anywhere in this nation.

Asking state employees to violate their oath or face removal from office requires Federal intervention. This is not a 10th Amendment issue because the "Supremacy Clause" in Article VI supersedes any act of sedition committed by the Oklahoma legislation.

The legislators in Oklahoma, voting to defeat a lawful decision by a Federal Court, is an act of nullification and therefore, sedition. Nullification of Federal Law by elected officials is a rebellion. It is no different from what those Confederate Traitors did years ago. Never forget, the Confederacy once tried to destroy our nation. The Confederacy was the ISIS of their day.

Elected officials in the Oklahoma Legislature also took an oath of allegiance to defend our Constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic. Even the proposal of a nullification law is a violation of their oath. Oklahoma Legislatures behaving like Confederate Traitors should be removed from office.

The United States currently has on the books many Sedition Laws. They have not been repealed. The President of the United States has the power to remove these traitors, by force if necessary. In addition, there is the 14th Amendment, Paragraph III, providing remedy for acts of rebellion.

The 14th Amendment, Paragraph III, was intended to keep Southern Traitors in line after the Civil War. However, the principal applies to current traitors in our midst. Abraham Lincoln did not have the tools to stop a rebellion. Modern day Presidents do.
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