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Freedom of Religion? Not According to the Obama Administration

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About Bob Russell

Graduated from Classen High School in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma in May, 1968. Enlisted in the U S Army on December 11, 1968, serving 3 years in the 7th Special Forces Group as a Heavy Weapons Expert, attaining the rank of Sgt. E 5. upon separation went to work at Southwestern Bell Telephone on January 17, 1972 and retired on August 31, 2003. Also spent 1 year on active reserve as a member of the 14th Special Forces Group. attaining the rank of Staff Sgt. E6. started and operated a business installing wiring for telephone, data, and video surveillance systems from October 2003 until December 2011. Suffered a debilitating stroke on August 19, 2014. Now recovering and doing volunteer work at the Claremore, Oklahoma Veterans Center. Attends church in Claremore at CedarPoint and LifeChanger churches. Married to wife Marsha since August 2, 1989 with 4 daughters and a deceased son, 12 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren.

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  1. “They have become destructive to those ends”. Our government is no longer beneficial, respectful,or obligated to follow the rule of the supreme law of the land, which they swore an oath to. Not representing the people, they’ve become domestic terrorists. More harmful to freedom and liberty than any other terrorist organization, they have become the enemy of the American people. They’ve lost their way, we can’t allow this criminal faction to stand, and destroy our country. I haven’t surrendered any of my constitutional rights, and the government doesn’t have the power to take them. To attempt to do so is a declaration of war, us against them. Let’s roll.