We the People we_the_people

The constitution of the United States of America is a doctrine that truly separates us from every other country in the world. We the People, are protected by rights that are truly unique to our amazing country. We the People, revel in so many wonderful freedoms, and rights, that we sometimes take them all for granted.


The constitution provides for us the rights to justice, promotion of the common good for all legal United States citizens, and those that are working towards becoming legal citizens. The constitution provides for a structure, one that has set up The House of Representatives, whose members are chosen every two years. We the People, literally means that all of us, all Americans, have rights. Now, no one is more pro-American than I am. However, have these rights been available for all Americans throughout our history? As I think about it, the answer is really, no. African Americans were stolen from their own country. They were enslaved. They were not allowed to vote, or even sit in the front of a bus!  We the People, has not always applied to all of the people. There are other examples. Many of them. But, all in all, America is still the greatest country in the entire world. There is a great source of information that I used to read up on this subject. It is http://constitutionus.com/ . Check it out. I will leave a short part of it below for you to read. Go America, We the People.


We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.