Is it Treason to Speak AGAINST the Constitution If You've Sworn an Oath to Defend It?Submitted by vinceableworld on Thu, 02/14/2013 - 13:27
Do people who take an oath to uphold and defend the constitution have freedom of speech?
I think this question... and it's answer could fundamentally change the way people look at "government service."
Is it lawful, for you to swear and oath to uphold and defend the constitution from all enemies, foreign and domestic... and at the same time speak against it?
Instead if you're going to take an oath to something... it should be because you feel it is RIGHT and you have STUDIED WHY it is right. Just my thoughts on this subject... I invite yours.
I think it should be a treasonous act to speak against the constitution if you have accepted a CONTRACT (the oath) to defend it against all enemies - including potentially yourself - with your mouth.
Anyone even talking about infringing the right to bear arms after taking an oath is committing a TREASONOUS act.
How can you DEFEND the constitution when you are ATTACKING it?
Lets drive the point home....
Anyone speaking out against the constitution, after taking an oath to defend it - and not at the very least PROPOSING AN AMMENDMENT - is advocating for OVERTHROW of the constitution.
I challenge anyone to dispute these razor sharp facts.