Cliven Bundy Fringe – We the People Were Kings in America

Salt Lake Tribune
Wed, Aug 7, 2014
Subject: Cliven Bundy On the Fringes

Bundy’s views ‘far on the
of Mormonism, says BYU prof
Mormon cattle rancher Cliven
Bundy takes an idiosyncratic stance on his church’s 12th Article of Faith,
which calls for "being subject to kings, presidents, rulers, and
magistrates, in obeying, honoring, and sustaining the law." (NOTE: IN THIS COUNTRY
Bundy, who owes the federal
government more than $1 million in grazing fees, supports the U.S. government
only when it doesn’t interfere with what he views as his rights.
In a 1994 speech at America’s
Freedom Festival in Provo, LDS apostle Dallin H. Oaks rebuked the notion that
Mormons can break laws they think are unjust.
Oaks pointed to church
policies reminding Mormons in any nation that they are "obligated by the
12th Article of Faith to obey the tax laws of that nation (see also Doctrine
& Covenants 134:5) . … A member who refuses to file a tax return, to pay
required income taxes, or to comply with a final judgment in a tax case is in direct
conflict with the law and with the teachings of the church."
There are even rules in the
Utah-based Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Inc.) for disciplining
members "who don’t obey the law," Monson said.

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One Response to “Cliven Bundy Fringe – We the People Were Kings in America”

  1. Ajeocci says:

    I would note for the Salt Lake Tribune that no court of competent jurisdiction has issued a judgement or lien against Cliven Bundy. Even if it had, all or nearly all federal courts are corrupt. The constitution prohibits the federal government from owning land, except in strictly defined instances. The land in question does not belong to the government, it belongs to the people. Mr. Bundy is certainly one of the people to whom the Constitution referred. Yes, I know, we are no longer operating under the constitution, but Mr. Obama and others cite it when it suits their agenda. So they can’t have it both ways. Sen. Harry Reid thinks that land belongs to him. Where’s his legal claim? Also, the Mormon church does not make laws for America.They may issue guidelines for members, but that’s all. As for the Salt Lake Tribune, they are no doubt part of the Mockingbird Media controlled by the government. Their opinion is insignificant, as far as I am concerned. Opinions are like @$#%&%@#, everybody has one. Drive on, Mr. Bundy. You are our hero.

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