A few months ago when SEAL Chris Kyle was murdered, I was dismayed to read this article,
http://bonniegadsden.blogspot.com/2013/02/dig-deeper.html#.UX5hKUqHj2Y, a so-called III%
patriot and the author supported the thesis and directed readers to this link,http://blog.kentforliberty.com/2013/02/sniper-chris-kyle-live-by-sword.html
When I denounced both writers and everyone associated with them as heretics and imbeciles
deserving of being shunned forever, that caused some hurt feeling among some of my associates. There are those in the liberty movement who are nothing but anarchist wanting to cause as much mayhem as possible. They sincerely want a hot war to start and they want to shoot police and military specifically. One wonders what kind of mindset it is that wants to kill the very people who risk their lives to protect you and others. I also wonder why instead of constantly denigrating our police and military,they do not try to enlist them to our cause and remind them of their solemn oath to "protect and defend' the Constitution? One organization doing this is Oathkeepers. Do any other patriot groups host free music concerts for troops and explain their oaths to them? Do any other patriot groups sponsor a NASCAR driver? Those of my acquaintance who want to have hurt feeling may fill out this form and submit it to the regime,http://www.militaryreligiousfreedom.org/legalfiles/gates_letter_sept09/attach_1.pdf I hope the anarchist among us are the first to die should we ever have a TSHTF situation in America.
"I recently watched the NRA 500 NASCAR race at Ft. Worth, Texas. The gun grabbing lobby went bonkers over NASCAR doing business with the NRA. Redcoat Traitor Connecticut Senator Murphy could not contain himself and wrote letters to the NASCAR track at Ft. Worth and to NASCAR."
Now Oath Keepers is sponsoring an individual race car - Jeffrey Earnhardt's Number 79 -
as an Oath Keepers car.
The Oath Keepers Liberty Military Base Tour was conceived for this purpose: to provide perspective and constitutional understanding to America’s troops through the vehicle of music. What this tour seeks to accomplish is to provide a clear picture to our troops of what their oath to defend the constitution really means, and to empower them to do so through peaceful means. Jordan Page is a champion of liberty and a prominent voice of the peace movement in America. He will be headlining this tour with his band at venues across the country in close proximity to military bases, in which troops and veterans will receive free admission in thanks for their service. Stewart Rhodes,former Army paratrooper and founder of Oath Keepers, will speak to the troops at each event and educate them about the dangers of the NDAA, Patriot Act, and many other dangerous legislative assaults on our constitutionally guaranteed freedoms. We are currently in the fundraising and planning phase for the tour, and are seeking donations and sponsorships to help with operating costs so that we can plan successful events and offer these concerts to the troops at no cost to them. We are also trying to raise funds to make it possible to bring more pro-liberty bands to the roster. The first base tour concert date is planned to be near Ft Hood, TX.