Washington County Reaffirms Oath

We’ll see how firm they are when the rubber hits the road, but it is good to see them on the right side of the Constitution.

WEST BEND — The Washington County Board of Supervisors on Wednesday unanimously approved 2020 Resolution 17 — Washington County Advocates the Constitutional Rights of its Citizens.

The resolution reaffirms the oath county supervisors took upon swearing in to uphold rights of Washington County residents under the U.S. Constitution.

According to the resolution, “We the People” affirms the U.S. government exists to serve the nation’s people and “We the People hold dear and sacred and challenge all those who would seek to infringe upon the rights of the people.”

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“We want to make sure the oath you took on day one, that’s something you’re committed to despite what other government bodies try to do,” said Kelling. ”We are going to hold true to the Constitution. We are going to fight for it on every level at every opportunity. This is who we are. This is one of the most conservative counties in Wisconsin. Who would lead if not us?”

3 Responses to Washington County Reaffirms Oath

  1. jjf says:

    Is this like wearing a flag pin, and insisting everyone wear a flag pin, and questioning people when they’re not wearing a flag pin?

  2. Jason says:

    This is common sense leadership 101 that affirms they will abide by and think of their people in everything they do.  I can see why johnny would mock it.

  3. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    Liberals jeer.

    Not surprised, you can just see the dripping disdain from jjf.

    I love the resolution.   It is a good thing.   A solid statement there are no crazy liberal nuts on the Board.

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