by Dan Cox
To all my fellow Montanans and Americans,
There is a strong push from many of you for me to drop out of the U.S. Senate race. I think this is a great time to remind everybody about the oath of office. They vary slightly depending on the office. However, many oaths state that you will protect the Constitution from all enemies foreign and domestic. Rehberg and Tester have both proven over their exhausting political careers both in Congress and at the Montana State Legislature that they are domestic enemies to the Constitution. No where in this oath does it state that we will pick from the best of the domestic enemies. In fact, it states that well will protect the Constitution from all enemies. I wish I could support Rehberg and be proud to do so. We all know that isn’t the case don’t we?
If I were to drop out and for the sake of Rehberg, I would be supporting a domestic enemy to the Constitution. A violation of the oath that I mean to uphold. It is amazing how much time people spend defending their own enslavement. I will not be a part of that. The good news is that no matter what the outcome of the election is, one or maybe even two of these domestic enemies to the Constitution will be out of politics for the time being. There is only one reason that there is a need for the Libertarian and/or other third parties. The lack of ethics by the Republican and Democrat establishment elitests. Every election is the same. Our guys sucks a little less than the other. We will get them next time. I can’t even name a good Republican President. How much longer should we wait? Another hundred years? I have spent countless hours studying our founding fathers and the Constitution in order to represent you to the best of my ability. Most of you start your calls for my surrender by saying you respect me and my efforts. Do you respect Rehberg or Tester?
Many of you are the supposed leaders of the Conservatives in Montana and yet you would lead your people to slaughter. This kind of reminds me of Brave Heart, where they betray William Wallace to live and fight another day, bowing at the table of the King who had enslaved them, hoping for but a few table scraps. You reap what you sew. I know that I am sewing goods seeds(to the best of my ability). I may not win, but I am fighting the fight without surrender. I am sure this is where I get blasted with justification emails and so called common sense. Save your breath. Either stand on the side of freedom or stand on the other. Your choice.
As for me and my family, we won’t back be bowing down to tyranny. Many of you have fought along my side for freedom and led people towards freedom, for that I am humbled and grateful.
Libertarian candidate for U.S. Senate