I have a simple request for both Presidential candidates-who want to be our next President-Commander In Chief!
Please at a future presidential debate ” Pledge” to hang a large copy of the Constitution on the wall of the Oval Office in the White House.
A copy of that “glorious Liberty document” (said by a former slave Frederick Douglas) hanging on the wall in the people’s house-will remind ALL visiting & working in the White House -that this amazing document is still alive and the foundation of our great Republic- the United States of America. A re-enactment of the signing of the Constitution in the Rose garden every September 17-the birthday of the Constitution, would be a great way to remind and educate ALL Americans the importance this amazing document has on our freedoms and liberties!
Thomas Jefferson a founding father and President once said ”Action will define you”.
I look forward to visiting once again the White House in the future, and seeing a large copy of the Constitution hanging on the wall in the Oval Office across from the Presidents desk and seeing a copy of the Constitution on the Presidential desk too!
God bless America and let’s restore our Constitution and restore our Republic-so America always remains that shinning city on the hill for all to see!
I look forward to both Clinton and Trump “Pledging” to hang a large copy of the Constitution on the wall of the Oval Office-White House and celebrating every September 17th it’s birthday as our next President! Our future Presidents should also have a copy off the Constitution on the Presidential desk to refer to every time a new bill crosses the desk for the President’s approval and signature.
Question is; does this new bill pass the Constitution test and should it be allowed to be a new law in America our Republic-the United States Of America?
Please share this “Pledge” idea with other Freedom-Liberty loving Americans and let’s keep the
fire burning for the Constitution!
PATRIOT for President-2016 to restore our Republic and restore our Constitution.Tags: constitution liberty