There are such things as unconstitutional or "unlawful" laws. An officer in the US military is not obligated to follow unlawful orders, including those from the Commander in Chief.<quoted text>
Well, now, isn't that interesting?
I am guessing that Sheriffs in general are already bound to uphold the Constitution of the United States of America, and of the state in which they serve.
So, this particular vow means what? specifies what? Is this an expansion or a contraction to what they have already sworn to?
Will they no longer uphold the laws of the US and their state? Only uphold those that they individually believe to be Constitutional?
I suppose we can be somewhat reaassured that 86 out of 88 have NOT seen fit to sign onto this garbage.
Watch a South Carolina sheriff school one of Obama's media mouthpieces: