Besides their acknowledgement of a sovereign Creator, what is most admirable about the Constitution Party is their goal of adherence to the Constitution and the rule of law. The founders of this great Christian Constitutional Republic probably never envisioned a time when there would be such a massive disregard of the Constitution as the supreme law of the land. It is high time that we adhere to the Constitution or admit that we, and not the Constitution, failed.
Why Sheriff and West Virginia?
I have been very vocal and successfully fought numerous battles in pursuit of the “Rule of Law”.
I have made over half a dozen presentations to the County Commission.
In one presentation, I warned of alarming signs of a national police state. I showed purchase agreements of alarming amounts of ammunitions and what were called “No Hesitation Targets by the federal government. The Commission was moved to pass a resolution informing West Virginia’s US Senators that County Government would not tolerate any violations of constitution gun rights.
I am looking forward to be the supreme law enforcement of Randolph County, the largest county ease of the Mississippi River.
I have found that West Virginia’s history and Constitution are quite unique. I would take an oath to uphold that constitution quite seriously and solemnly.
Let me site two unique and profound examples in West Virginia’s Constitution.
Article 1 Section 2:
The government of the United States is a government of enumerated powers, and all powers not delegated to it, nor inhibited to the states, are reserved to the States or to the people thereof. Among the powers so reserved to the States is the exclusive regulation of their own internal government and police, and it is the high and solemn duty of the several departments of government, created by this Constitution, to guard and protect the people of this State from all encroachments upon the rights so reserved.
Article 1 Section 3:
The provisions of the Constitution of the United States, and of this State, are operative alike in a period of war as in time of peace, and any departure therefrom, or violation thereof, under the plea of necessity, or any other plea, is subversive of good government, and tends to anarchy and despotism.