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The Preamble to The Constitution

   Posted by: Interceder   in The Constitution

We the People1 of the United States in Order to form a more perfect Union establish Justice insure domestic Tranquility2 provide for the common defence promote the general Welfare3 and secure the Blessings4 of Liberty5 to ourselves and our Posterity6 do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

The Preamble was/is the introduction to a new way of thinking and established a profound form of government. How well it would be for America if we were to go back to those basics.

When athletes, salesmen or corporations are struggling with their skills and their identity, they are consistently reminded to return to the basics they learned at the beginning of their endeavors. How often have you been told, or reminded yourself, that you need to reinforce what was taught to you in an earlier time?

The powers in Washington have taken us into a bastardized7 version of what the founders began. They have plunged us into a new era of governmental tyranny, the very issue in the original struggle against the monarchy of that day.

It is time for America to return to the words, thoughts and principles of the documents which gave birth to this nation. When will America return to its roots and regain its sanctity? You are one, let it begin with you. Write to your Congress.

 






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