I wonder what planning is taking place with Homeland Security and Obama's "Brown Shirt Army". They surly must be aware that Oklahoma is not the only State with Huge Concerns about the conversion of Our Constitutional America into the "USSR of America".
I ask the following Questions:
1) Will the Obamanation Administration declare Martial Law to thwart any move by the States to exert States Rights? ?
2) Will that include taking control of State Governments? ?
3) Will they make Oklahoma a"Horable Example" by exerting Federal Control over that State? ?
4) Will this be a move to control/delay/stop the coming elections, this year and in 2012? ?
Its up to all of us To Support "States Rights" and Stop the Current and Future Incursions by the Islamic Chairman, his Obamanation Administration and the Marxist Controled Congress into All Areas Constitutionally Reserved for the States.
Join the Tea Parties and contact your State "non-progressive" Legislatures, We All need to follow Oklahoma's Lead and Fight Back.
Source and Complete Article:
Okla. tea parties and lawmakers envision militia
By SEAN MURPHY and TIM TALLEY, Associated Press Writers Sean Murphy And Tim Talley, Associated Press Writers Mon Apr 12, 7:09 pm ET
OKLAHOMA CITY – Frustrated by recent political setbacks, tea party leaders and some conservative members of the Oklahoma Legislature say they would like to create a new volunteer militia to help defend against what they believe are improper federal infringements on state sovereignty.
Tea party movement leaders say they've discussed the idea with several supportive lawmakers and hope to get legislation next year to recognize a new volunteer force. They say the unit would not resemble militia groups that have been raided for allegedly plotting attacks on law enforcement officers.
"Is it scary? It sure is," said tea party leader Al Gerhart of Oklahoma City, who heads an umbrella group of tea party factions called the Oklahoma Constitutional Alliance. "But when do the states stop rolling over for the federal government?"
Thus far, the discussions have been exploratory. Even the proponents say they don't know how an armed force would be organized nor how a state-based militia could block federal mandates. Critics also asserted that the force could inflame extremism, and that the National Guard already provides for the state's military needs.
"Have they heard of the Oklahoma City bombing?" said Joseph Thai, a constitutional law professor at the University of Oklahoma. The state observes the 15th anniversary of the anti-government attack on Monday. Such actions could "throw fuel in the fire of radicals," he said.
But the militia talks reflect the frustration of some grass roots groups seeking new ways of fighting recent federal initiatives, such as the health reform plan, which requires all citizens to have health insurance. Over the last year, tea party groups across the country have staged rallies and pressured politicians to protest big government and demand reduced public spending.
In strongly conservative states like Oklahoma, some legislators have also discussed further action to fight federal policies, such as state legislation and lawsuits.
State Sen. Randy Brogdon, R-Owasso, a Republican candidate for governor who has appealed for tea party support, said supporters of a state militia have talked to him, and that he believes the citizen unit would be authorized under the Second Amendment to the Constitution.
The founding fathers "were not referring to a turkey shoot or a quail hunt. They really weren't even talking about us having the ability to protect ourselves against each other," Brogdon said. "The Second Amendment deals directly with the right of an individual to keep and bear arms to protect themselves from an overreaching federal government."