Constitution Day

September 17, 2009


government, Political, Rants

we_the_people_american_constitutionToday is Constitution Day!  The United States Constitution was signed on September 17, 1787 by thirty-nine brave men.  Constitution Day is not something you hear about too much, but if you’re interested, there is information here and here

Did you hear anything about it today?  I guess it’s not too surprising that Constitution Day is not something celebrated.  The Constitution seems to be largely ignored lately, most obviously by representatives of the three branches of the Federal Government.  It’s not an overly large document.  It’s about 19 pages long in this PDF here.  Take a moment to read it.  It’s really quite elegant.  What do you think?  Should we all mail a copy to those representing us in the government?  If they took the time to read it, they might be shocked at the limits of their power.

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