"Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just Powers from the Consent of the Governed." —
Thomas Jefferson, the Declaration of Independence
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Since the Second Continental Congress declared America's independence from Great Britain on July 4, 1776, the United States government has sought to realize the fundamental principle on which our nation was founded: that all people have the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
This principle was established in 1788 with the development of the Constitution. That document — to be the supreme law of the United States — became the foundation of a federal government that allowed the several states to act together as one, while protecting the sovereignty of each individual state and “We The People”.
To ensure that no person or group would amass too much power, the founders established a government in which the powers to create, implement, and adjudicate laws were separated. Each branch of government is balanced by powers in the other two co-equal branches.
At this point in time, our Federal Government is completely out of balance, entirely to large, and very corrupt.
Those whom we have elected to represent us do not understand the Constitution and its limits on the federal government; and because of this, have bankrupted the country with un-authorized spending, have created and passed un-constitutional laws, and have expanded beyond it’s limited ten mile square boundry.