Duty to Comply – Where Does it Start and End?

The Defensive Training Group

The graphic above would be satirical if it weren’t grounded in large part with truth and facts.

There seems to be a presumption in the county, state, and federal government, that the citizenry is obliged to comply with all edicts, whether legislated or not.

American tradition and history would adamantly disagree.

Now, I’m not a lawyer, but I was trained in the requirement to judge the difference between ‘lawful’ and ‘unlawful’ and refuse to obey anything unlawful as I had a duty to a ‘higher power,’ (PC for ‘GOD’).  I was also taught that these decisions may be fraught with personal risk, as the decision to refuse to obey may be wrong, and even if morally and legally correct, could subject me to consequences.  As a grown man and citizen, it was my responsibility to weigh these requirements and refuse to comply or obey with constitutional violations both at the…

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Author: Alfred E. Neuman

73 year old geek, ultra-conservative patriot.

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