I’ve been involved in “legal reform” and/or “patriot” issues for 30 years. During that time, I’ve seen the toll this kind of activity takes on families. Almost always, if one spouse (usually, but not always, the husband) becomes passionately involved in “legal reform,” the other spouse (usually, but not always, the wife) becomes frightened. The passionate spouse becomes bold and willing to risk all for God or country. The frightened spouse becomes convinced that by standing up to government, they may lose their home, their wealth, and their liberty. The resulting tensions tend to precipitate divorce.
Only rarely have I seen two spouses who are equally passionate in their resistance to government corruption and treason and able to withstand the resulting stress without risking divorce. Rudy and Erin Davis are one of those rare couples.
They met each other at a “birther” meeting in New York. Both were passionate about the idea that Obama was not born in the US and was therefore ineligible to be President. They married shortly thereafter and have pretty much dedicated their lives to the Good LORD (Number 1) and the “birther” movement (Number 2).