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Friday, January 18, 2013

SHERIFF JOHN COOKE REBUKES OBAMA'S GUN IDEAS

 
Colorado - Weld County: Sheriff John Cooke rebukes President Barack Obama's ideas about gun control - choosing instead to uphold the 2nd Amendment.
Sheriff Cooke joins with county sheriffs in strongly opposing Mr. Obama's plan to render the 2nd Amendment impotent.
A growing number of County Sheriffs (as far southeast as Mississippi to Oregon's Josephine County Sheriff Gil Gilbertson) are fast recognizing that the duly elected Sheriff of a county is the "highest law enforcement official within a county holds law enforcement powers exceeding any state or federal official."
In a brief interview with LAW USA, Sheriff Cooke stressed that enforcement of "States Rights is the only way we'll save America!" And that's exactly what he intends to do.
Monday, January 21, 2013, through consultation with Colorado Sheriffs, Cooke will present their formal refusal to Obama's plan.
Sheriff Cooke knows that no one is above the law; even the President of the United States. He will never allow anyone to force an action that would "infringe" upon the rights of U.S. Citizen in his county to keep and bear arms.
LAW USA humbly thanks Sheriff John Cooke for recognizing our U.S. Constitution as the absolute and final word that empowers County Sheriffs (and County Commissioners), to use laws that will protect the citizens of their counties from illegal actions by Federal and State Agencies.
Second Amendment (Amendment II) to the United States Constitution: A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.

1 comment:

  1. You do know that the legal basis for federal law being the supreme law of the land is the very Constitution you seem to think you are protecting, right? Specifically, the Supremacy Clause. Article 6, Clause two. You are pissing on the Constitution in the name of the Constitution, really well thought out.

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