- The man, Obama, is an infiltrated foreign agent of the
banker-owned communist conspiracy and his Chief of Staff is a sociopathic
Mossad agent, personally responsible for many political killings during
the Clinton administration. He can't take the risk of a midshipman having
found that out from someone and deciding -- for country and Constitution
-- 'going von Brunn.' That's my theory. What's yours?
- From <mailto:HelenL@outdrs.net>Helen Leka
- Necessary or Over-Reaction By U.S. Secret Service?
- I don't know why I am so upset about this story, but
I am. I missed it when it broke a few weeks ago, but some Google and Bing
searches show that the story wasn't that widely reported.
- President Barack Obama spoke at the Graduation Ceremony
for the US Naval Academy at Annapolis on May 22, 2009 but before
he spoke, <http://washingtontimes.com/news/2009/may/21/inside-the-beltway-97423759/>all
Naval midshipmen were disarmed of their ceremonial swords and umbrellas.
- Never before in the history of Annapolis has the Commander
in Chief required that all Naval officers in his presence be disarmed.
- Although I haven't sorted it all out, there are reasons
why this story has so devastated me and I don't know what to think.
- This is not political...it's a SAD damn shame !!
- No Naval Swords for USNA Graduation this year - Threat
to the Dear Leader Inside the Beltway -Washington Times
- No Weapons For Anyone
- From today's 'you couldn't make it up if you tried' file...
- Obama's protectors have ordered graduating Midshipmen...and
I suppose Commissioned Officers through Flag rank...to leave their swords
at home. Full Dress White includes "wear sword". More to the
point - those badges of office have been earned in a manner Obama and his
minions just wouldn't begin to understand. Important traditions that inspire
are kind of lost on the red banner crowd, apparently.
- Further, ceremonial swords never seemed to bother the
Secret Service for any previous President. And before World War II, the
swords were not particularly "ceremonial", I've seen some of
those blades, boarding actions did occur on the China Station pre-war against
river pirates, warlords, etc. Those swords were worn not just to graduation,
but to Inaugurations, in the receiving line at the White House afterward,
to the Inaugural Ball. Somehow nobody gave it a second thought. Somehow
even Presidents in the past didn't presume to specify items of uniform.
- But of course, what worked for Harry Truman, Ronald Reagan,
F.D.R., the Bushes, T.R., any other rational non-cult leader.....doesn't
work for this former state senator anointed by the Chicago machine.
- Does he secretly consider our Naval and Military leaders
"the enemy"? Perhaps the message this sends escaped his handlers.
Sad. And .....follow me on this Obama and minions.....insulting. Actually
- The Washington Times
- Thursday, May 21, 2009
- Inside the Beltway
- SWORDLESS SAILORS
- Graduating midshipmen of the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis
are being told in writing to leave at home or in their vehicles all "ceremonial
swords" and anything else "that might be considered a weapon
or a threat by screeners" for Friday's outdoor commencement ceremonies
featuring an address by President Barack Obama.
- Inside the Beltway has obtained the academy's list of
prohibited items for this year's graduation exercises, which, besides ceremonial
swords, includes umbrellas.
- Yes, cell phones and texting are still allowed.
- "I DO SOLEMNLY SWEAR (OR AFFIRM) THAT I WILL SUPPORT
AND DEFEND THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES AGAINST ALL ENEMIES, FOREIGN
AND DOMESTIC; THAT I WILL BEAR TRUE FAITH AND ALLEGIANCE TO THE SAME; AND
THAT I WILL OBEY THE (CONSTITUTIONAL AND LAWFUL) ORDERS OF THE PRESIDENT
OF THE UNITED STATES AND THE (CONSTITUTIONAL AND LAWFUL) ORDERS OF THE
OFFICERS APPOINTED OVER ME, ACCORDING TO REGULATIONS AND THE UNIFORM CODE
OF MILITARY JUSTICE. SO HELP ME GOD."
- All laws which are repugnant to the Constitution are
null and void." Marbury vs. Madison, 5 US (2 Cranch) 137, 164, 176.
- "Where rights secured by the Constitution are involved,
there can be no rule making or legislation which would abrogate them."
Miranda vs. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436, 491.
- "An unconstitutional act is not law; it confers
no rights; it imposes no duties; it affords no protection; it creates no
office; it is in legal contemplation, as inoperative as though it had never
beenpassed." Norton vs. Shelby County, 118 US 425, 442.