This Movement To Protect Our Constitution Deserves Your Support

As North Carolina state leader for Operation American Spring, I am reaching out to all Americans to help spread the word about our operation. The Patriots For America has strong working groups in every state. If you are not familiar with them, I invite you to check out this site for details and join them in this important effort. We have a state group in all 50 states.

This effort is focused on protecting and defending the Constitution of the United States against all enemies foreign and domestic. All our politicians have taken or sworn an oath to this, and they seem to have only mouthed the words and not mean them.

A movement to action has begun. It seems as though our national leadership has figured out a way to beat the two-party system and morph into one. Unacceptable, don’t you think?

No more letter-writing, no more faxes, no more one-day protests, no more donations; enough is enough.

They have been vocally upset by the constraints of the Constitution and are now blatantly disregarding it as if it was not the law of the land. You folks do not have nearly the freedom or liberty as some would like you to think. And it’s getting worse.

Retired U.S. Army Col. Harry G Riley is spearheading Operation American Spring, scheduled to begin on May 16. If there was ever something to stand for, it’s the Constitution — and the future of your country, and your inalienable rights.

I appeal to you to get off the fence and take a stand.

This post originally appeared on Western Journalism – Informing And Equipping Americans Who Love Freedom

1 comment to This Movement To Protect Our Constitution Deserves Your Support

  • wildbill446

    One of the reasons our elected leaders don’t care and mouthed the words to “defend and uphold the Constitution”. I don’t think they even knew what they were saying because now they are thinking “Wow. I got in now more hard work, Now I can kick back and start on my re-election campaign”. As I said it was because we didn’t ask enough questions and let them know we will hold them accountable for their job performance.