I took this Oath when I entered into the United States Army Reserve National Guard . From the period of 1974 to 1994, I gave my life to Support & Defend the Constitution of the United States of America. I dedicated 20 yrs. of Military Service to my Country, and I will continue to do so until the day I die... And that's the dedication that all Americans should have.
that is right Paul. I didn't see an expiration date on my oath either.
Thank you Paul for your service. My man is there now!
Paul I went in the army in 1967and took the same oath. and I don't know about you but even after many reenlistment, (I retired too) I don't remember seeing an expiration date on my oath. and Pam, thank your husband for carrying on the tradition of faithful Americans. also thank you for your service. yes wives of servicemen are serving just like their husbands. it takes a lot of intestinal fortitude to be married to a serviceman.
Coming from a military family on my father and my mothers family has been in every war our couNtrY has been involoved In and these people do not know what honor is get them all out of washington. DC and give our country Back to the peopLe. I feel so hOnORed to be here with some our heros
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Benghazi....bring the story to the front....Obama is hiding behind the Martin incident...man up!!!
Thank you for your patriotism , I teach constitutional law and history, our constitution specifically the bill or rights, is all but gone.
We need all to stand together!
Through there heads.
Why are Democrat donors flocking to this Republican politician?