THE OATH OF OFFICE IS A

GUARANTEE THAT PERFORMANCE

WILL BE IN ACCORD WITH

THE BOOK OF RULES!

 

The President’s oath as written by the framers of the Constitution:

 

I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the office of president of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.”  ...Article II Section I of the Constitution of the United States

 

The oath was meant to stop run-away government.

 

The framers of the Constitution, themselves, personally and deliberately, built and anchored the president down under an oath to guarantee his adherence to the Constitution.  It is the nation’s ‘book of rules’!  The Constitution places limits upon the power that public officials may exercise over their fellow citizens.

 

The Oath of office is a statement sworn to with God as the witness by persons whom the people have hired to work in the government system. The oath is a sacred pledge by those entering public office stating that they will act in conformance to and in accord with the rules and principles of the 1787 Constitution and the 1791 Bill of Rights.  A denial of the fundamental principles or exceeding the limits of authority delegated is a grievous charge and sufficient reason for impeachment.

 

The president’s oath is located in Article II Section 1 of the United States Constitution. It is of major importance in the check and balance system.