When a County Sheriff takes the oath to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution, he enters in to a binding contract with his constituents. When a Sheriff breaches the contract by enforcing unconstitutional federal directives he becomes an agent of the government and becomes an enemy of the people.
Every Sheriff has taken an oath to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States as well as the Constitution of the state where he lives. This oath is a promise that the Sheriffs have to defend the lives, liberty and property of the people against all enemies both foreign and domestic. The Sheriff is supposed to protect the people from criminals that reside in his county as well as those that are sent from Washington to harass the people.
A Sheriff who is not willing to stand up against the unconstitutional abuse of power by the Federal government becomes a part of the problem. Instead of defending our rights he defends the unconstitutional usurpation of power by the government. When the Sheriff allows the Federal government to violate the supreme law of the land the sheriff breaks the promise that he has made with his constituents. Violating the sacred oath is a very serious matter. When the Constitution is violated a crime has been committed and it is the job of the county sheriff to hold those responsible accountable.
When a Congressman that voted for NDAA comes in to your county, your Sheriff should arrest the Congressman for violating his oath of office. He should then provide the Congressman with room and board while he is awaiting trial by a jury of his constituents. If you are caught for not wearing a seat belt, you will be prosecuted, but when your Congressman violates the Constitution he is not held accountable for violating what is supposed to be the supreme law of the land.