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Sheriffs Stand TALL for the Constitution – Vow to Stand with the People

Must see! Sheriffs from 8 counties in Oregon and California talk about Federal and State intrusion, and taking back our country.

6 Comments in Response to

Comment by Thomas Mick
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The jurisdiction of Congress does not extend to lands within the states except for the specific purposes...

"To exercise exclusive Legislation in all Cases whatsoever, over such District (not exceeding ten Miles square) as may, by Cession of particular States, and the Acceptance of Congress, become the Seat of the Government of the United States, and to exercise like Authority over all Places purchased by the Consent of the Legislature of the State in which the Same shall be, for the Erection of Forts, Magazines, Arsenals, dock-Yards, and other needful Buildings;" US Constitution, Article I, Section 8, Clause 17.

The Federal government has no power granted to it by the Constitution to control one inch of ground for any other reason whatsoever.


Comment by Ronald Whittaker
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 I applaud these senior lawmen for having the courage to publicly oppose the abuses of  authority by the federal government against the citizenry. I only wish more officers could be aware of the overall problem and realize that by going along with the federal agenda only makes them part of the problem.

Comment by Camilian Cove
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Thank you so much Sheriffs for knowing your place and joining the people as it should! I wish you would come to our county and talk to the Sheriffs and give them an understanding on what there duty is... I hope you have plans for that in the future. Is there any help you can give us to get the right Sheriff elected?

I would like to make a comment to the people who made unfavorable comments toward this video. You people belong in slavery for you do not know American Constitution or the history of our county. If you choose to live in Slavery I suggest you go back to the country you came from. If you are an American and you made those comments, Shame on you  obvious from your statements that you have no clue! Thanks again Sheriffs for risking your life and defending our country!!!!!!!

Comment by Venancio Tan
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This is a Lollipop show … you lick a piece of hard candy on stick and you think those griping Sheriffs are sweet!

In this Video, a group of Sheriffs met to air their gripes against the Government – Federal, State, County, City and Town governments. The theme of the gathering is STRANGE – the Sheriffs were there to protect the people against the Government!

One applauded Sheriff said something like I am not an Employee of the Government … I am elected by the people to serve them and protect them from the Government [check the Video to be sure that this is not stranger than fiction].

If this Sheriff is not in the Government, under what government is he serving the people … under himself as the Government?… Is he not serving under the Government of the people, for the people and by the people?

One fighting female District Attorney joining the Sheriffs group speechified that the U.S. Constitution "does not give you rights … God gave you those rights …" She was implying disrespect of the Constitution, instigating civil disobedience and urging the people to defy government authorities.

It’s like a lost and confused group – the Sheriffs vowed to protect the people BY ENFORCING the law, and their government lawyer inciting the audience to defy government law enforcing authorities – the Sheriffs. As a Lollipop show, this group of Sheriffs isn’t sweet. They stand not an inch taller from dirt road they drive on everyday to chase and catch criminals.

Comment by David Jackson
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     Nobody from Arizona? Surprise! Surprise!

Comment by Stupid Amerkin
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 I have just one question. How many inmates do they have in their jails where there was no victims or property damage or theift.

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