It is Constitution Day. The Constitution and the founding principles are under assault every day by progressive forces hell-bent in devolving the Republic into a third world socialistic experiment.
We the People must endeavor to remind elected representatives and the government class in general, the Constitution and Bill of Rights belong to the People, not the political-government-class, the corporate class, or self-serving alarmists.
From the president on down to the cop on the beat and teacher in the classroom, each and every one, employees of the people; elected, appointed, contracted or unionized to honorably serve the people no matter what your personal or collective beliefs.
Government service is about stewardship, not leadership. Politicians serve the people, there is no leadership required save keeping the government machine nimble, honest, and transparent.
Nothing more, nothing less.
Not anywhere in the 4,500-word document does it lay out a route for experimentation with progressivism, socialism, whateverism, personal feelings, or an overbearing government controlling and molding the people into a single warped mindset.
The hard truth is, We the People are not obligated to cater, bow or acquiesce to anyone; no matter how self-righteous a group or individual feels or believes things should be. How one identifies, culturally, religiously or personally is an individual right and not the purview of government, group or individual to force predilections and beliefs on the rest of society.
The beauty of the Constitution is to allow everyone to practice what they will, in their personal way, without imposing those beliefs on your neighbors or demand from government to impose your ill-conceived great ideas or warped views on the rest of the country. Pretty simple really.
We the People want the country back, we want the Constitution back, its tenets honored and followed accordingly by the political class, the self-righteous, and the courts.
It really isn't all that complicated. Is it?