The picture below from Mosul has prompted some questions. I will try my best to answer.
While Oath Keepers and Three Percenters are separate groups, it is not hard to find people who consider themselves both an Oath Keeper and a Three Percenter.
However, Oath Keepers is an organization, with a defined membership and by-laws. I first met Stewart Rhodes of Oath Keepers at the ceremony in Lexington on 19 April. As the guy who first enunciated the modern concept of "the three percent," let me explain:
The Three Percent is, well, more of an attitude, a shared belief. We don't keep membership rolls or take dues. If we're an organization, as some have alleged, we're the most disorganized organization I have ever seen. The Three Percent is more of a philosophy than an organization, and there certainly isn't any conflict between what we believe and what Oath Keepers stand for. That's why you're going to find overlap between the two groups. We're really the same group of folks, coming at the problem of maintaining the ordered liberty embodied in the Founder's constitutional Republic from slightly different angles and starting points, but with the same goal. That's why we were proud to have Oath Keepers' six at the 12 September March on Washington. And that's why you'll find folks all over the country (and, now in Iraq and Afghanistan) wearing the patches of both groups.