Oath Keeper Testimonials

Iowa Air GuardMona Callender:

Testimonial: I served with the Air Guard in Des Moines, Iowa for 22 years. Though I was never in combat, I saw many who were. My brother was killed in Vietnam, my father served in WWII. So my background was, Love God, Your Country and your Family.

I take my oath very seriously, even though I have been retired for almost 15 years. I love my country. I hate my government. I feel about my oath, as I feel for the love of my country. It is all I have to pass on to my Sons. It was all my father and his father and his father had to pass on to me. That is my service to my Family and my Country…no one knows except someone who has taken this oath (I should add that no one but my fellow veterans know) what this oath means. I will defend this until the day I die, and if need be I will die defending that oath. That is what my responsibility is, is to make my son’s and their families have a better life. I PRAY THAT THEY TOO WILL DO THE SAME.

I’ve been so blessed with the opportunity to have served my country and God knows I will be most honored to die for her too….as so many others have for me! Thank you for this opportunity to say this. GOD BLESS AMERICA and GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE..

Comments

  1. Cal 27 May, 2016, 13:57

    “I love my country. I hate my government.”

    Your government is the US Constitution. Can it be that you hate the corrupt, and at times, treasonous scum who serve within our government? What is going on at this time is not “our” government. Our government is a constitutional republic with delegated authority that is put into writing within the US Constitution and within each state’s Constitution.

    Those people – elected, hired, contracted, etc are not “the” government. It is important to keep it straight as they love it when people are so confused that they are erroneously given authority they do not have, or are Forbidden to use. They do not even have the authority they use while in office or a governmental position, they have access to it while they serve and meet the contract that they are under. All authority is delegated to the branches and to particular, named offices that they are ALLOWED to use for as long as they do the delegated duties, and take and KEEP the Oath.

    Thank you.

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