February 15th, 2012

Todd Osborn Draws A Line


Todd Osborn


Testimonial: The strength of my oath is as strong today as when 

I first enlisted in 1988 and again when I was commissioned 

a 2 Lieutenant in 1992. It is part of my personal code of honor

 and to break that oath will bring shame to my name.

I served during the Cold War and the Bosnian "Peacekeeping" 

Operations and have seen firsthand the heavy hand of oppression. 

I have also seen that same insidious cancer take root and 

spread in our own country.


Todd Osborn_a


Our leaders misled and lied to us about Iraq, and Afghanistan. 

As a result our country is bankrupt, our Armed Forces seriously 

weakened, while corporations make billions in profits at the 

expense of the common man.

Mega-Corporations and Special interests exert unabashed influence 

on our political process. they gut our country by moving jobs 

overseas where they can ignore the basics of human dignity by 

exploiting slave labor, and pollute the environment without fear

of prosecution.

Using Fear, and the guise of National Security and Public Safety, 

legislative, judicial and law enforcement authorities steadily 

strip us of our rights. It has reached a point where the United 

States has become a Police State.




Indiana's Supreme Court has ruled that Police do not require 

a search warrant to enter a private home.  Illinois' Governor 

and legislature ignore the will of the people in refusing to 

recognize their Second Amendment Right. Camera's have become 

so pervasive that no one has any sense of privacy, yet police 

arrest law abiding citizens for videoing them. Our borders 

are undefended,

As a Husband and Father of five, my oath has become more 

important to me now than ever before. I am fighting to defend my 

country from those, whether through greed, ambition, or ignorance 

destroy it from within.

I owe it to my family, those who fought tyranny before me, my 

brothers and sisters in arms, and those who will follow in my 

footsteps. Here is where I have drawn a line on the ground. From 

here I will retreat no further.

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6 Responses to “Todd Osborn Draws A Line”

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    Patrick Says:

    “And I heard the lord say Who shall i send, whom will go for us, here I am i said, send me i will go” Who will stand with me?

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    Ruth Larkin Says:

    Well said

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    Ron Yates Says:

    The time is rapidly approaching when each of us must choose to stand with Mr. Osborn or against him. I can think of no better individual to shoulder arms with than Mr. Osborn.

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    Deborah Says:


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    sgt.country1 Says:

    Brother Osborn, I salute you and thank you for your service. I am honored and I will stand beside you and not retreat. I served with the 1st Inf. Div. in Vietnam from May ‘68 till Dec. ‘69 and as all our Brothers and Sisters-in-Arms, My Oath of Enlistment has NO expiration date. God bless brother.

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    Dianna W Says:

    Then please tell me why we r all not marchg on Washington dc havg our own military coo- its getting worse here the longer we wait- almost everyday we r loosing another constitutional right- I’m fed up with the corruption

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