Charles F. Kerchner Jr.: A Story That Needed to Be Told - An Excellent, Well-Written, Informative, and Easy to Read Book.
Charles F. Kerchner Jr.
A Story That Needed to Be Told - An Excellent, Well-Written, Informative, and Easy to Read Book.
The truth will come out someday about Obama. It always does. And former LtCol Terry Lakin will be vindicated in history. OFFICER'S OATH is a story that everyone should read if one is interested in protecting our U.S. Constitution and the threat Obama and his agenda poses to it ... and how one man, a medical doctor who had served in combat more than once, with an outstanding 17 year military career searched his conscience and soul over a two year period and came to the decision to stand up to " ... support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies foreign and DOMESTIC ... So help me God". The book is excellent and very well written. I recommend that all Americans read this book and share it with others to read.
This book is not what the initial first-on-the-scene Obama supporters and Obot bashers/commenters here think it is or presume it is. This is a personal, human interest story. The book is newly released. I just received my first copy via Federal Express on Monday afternoon, 9 July. I finished reading it late last night. It is simply Terry's story. It is well written and very informative about what Terry has gone through the last 4 years to live up to his officers' oath. I've ordered more to send to friends and family. So in reading the reviews and especially the nasty comments about Terry posted in some of the review comments, be sure to check and see if the reviewer/commenter is a verified purchaser of the book or are they just here, camped out Obot style, to bash and trash this book written by a patriot who dared to ask questions about Obama.
Bravo Zulu to Terry and the co-authors on producing this needed book. Read the book yourself and learn the true story about Terry Lakin and his heroic stand to live up to his solemn Commissioned Officer's oath to support and defend the U.S. Constitution, not a man or even a president, but the U.S. Constitution. That is what the Commissioned Officer's oath demands. Terry lived up to his oath. Read the book and learn how he made the decision to risk all to uphold his solemn oath to the Constitution. CDR Charles Kerchner (Ret), ProtectOurLiberty, Lehigh Valley PA.