The Declaration and the Constitution:

“The Declaration and Constitution together addressed mankind’s most basic political questions.  Resting on a firm moral foundation, they articulated the first principles of political organization.  Thus, they were meant to serve not simple the 18th century, but generations to come, which would face the same, those same basic questions, whatever their particular circumstances, or their state of material progress.”    shackvoipservice:  

“Because, the principles the founders articulated, transcend both time and technology, they will serve us well as we move through the 21st. century, if only we understand them correctly and apply them well.  In the end, however, no constitution can be self-enforcing.  Government officials must respect their oaths to uphold the Constitution; and we the people must be vigilant in seeing that they do.”

“The Founders drafted an extraordinarily thoughtful plan of government, but it is up to us, to each generation, to preserve and protect it for ourselves and for future generations.  The constitution will live only if it is alive in the hearts and minds of the American people.  This, perhaps, is the most enduring lesson of our experiment in ordered liberty.”

When the people see and take control of our government and vote those out,who shut us down  our government for their own self-serving means, then we the people must take action.  We can no longer let a few use the many, when the many controls the vote, as the founders stated in the constitution.  Shutdowns, Debits, One percent, Them v Us, what is this about?  This is America and it’s about us, not them.  We should be a light for the World and the only way to be that is to show the right way to peace, which is set forward in our constitution.  We The People of all kind live in this country.  (The USA) as one people.




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