Confidence in President Trump, for me, comes from the fact that he’s a rock solid American, mired in the same capitalistic love of country that I and many of my liberty loving brothers and sisters share. He understands that no other country on the planet offers the kind of liberty we have here in the United States, and no where on the planet besides here are our rights and liberties protected by a written Constitution that supersedes the United Nations. We have it all, and we can have it all – to a greater value – by making America GREAT Again. Let’s pay attention and do that – make America Great Again.
Tom Krannawitter posted:
This might come as a surprise to many Americans, but the President’s oath is the only oath prescribed word-for-word by the original United States Constitution of 1787.
This might come as a shock to many other Americans, but the Constitutional oath of the President does not require doing what mobs demand, or taking from some citizens and giving to others and calling it “free,” or becoming the “leader” of the United States or the world.
The Constitutional oath of the President does not require that Twitter tweets be pre-approved by journalists, or coherent.
The Constitutional oath of the President is simple, humble, and limited to one purpose: “I will faithfully execute the office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.”
I have little confidence that President Trump knows much at all about the Constitution. But not knowing the Constitution is different than egregiously violating it. And many Presidents who have known much about the Constitution did not hesitate to violate the Constitution by exercising powers nowhere granted within it.
Perspective. It’s good for the soul.