Joined Jun 20 2011
68 years old
If Barack Hussein Obama, Jr., comes to Kansas, I know about it and I can get there, an attempt will be made to arrest him under K.S.A. 22-2403, for Voter Fraud in the State of Kansas. To be tried in the State of Kansas, under State's Rights, by the Kansas Courts or Kansas Militia Courts.
When BHO came to Kansas in December 2011, to Osawatomie High School, I was visited by 1 US Secret Service Agent, 1 US Postal Inspector, and 2 Saline County, KS, Sheriff's (CPT and LT). This was the day before he came. I was told if I showed up at the high school, I would be arrested for TRESPASS and no one would take care of my 11 huskies. The Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt called the US Secret Service, after I asked for State Police backup!! DON'T TRUST THE REPUBLICAN KANSAS GOVERNMENT!!
When I accepted my Commission in the USAR CE as a 2LT, in February 1970, I swore to uphold the Constitution of the United States of America from all enemies, foreign and domestic. I think WE are presently witnessing domestic enemies of the Constitution of the United States of America destroying that document. This must be STOPPED !!
My ancestors fought to create the United States of America. I have three American Revolutionary War ancestors on my mother’s side: CPT George Dooley, Virginia Militia; John Robinson, Ranger (1778-83) Washington County, Pennsylvania, and member of the Pennsylvania Militia under CPT John Cotton; and John Sharp, PVT Virginia Militia under CPT J Trigg, and SPY under Col Evan Shelby.
My ancestors fought to preserve the United States of America. I have two Civil War, GAR, Great Grandfathers on my mother’s side: Samuel Robinson, Company ‘K’, 162nd Regiment, Ohio Infantry; and John Solomon ‘Jack’ Sharp, Company ‘B’, 150th Regiment, Indiana Infantry.
Both these Great Grandfathers were homesteader in Osborne County, Kansas: Samuel Robinson in Jackson Township; and John Sharp in Delhi Township.
My father was a World War II veteran: DI at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland; and France
I am a Vietnam War Veteran: Fort Belvoir, Virginia; Fort Riley, Kansas; and the 36th Engr Bn (Const), Vinh Long, Mekong Delta, South Vietnam; Bn Civil Engineer & Asst Bn S-3.