Who are “We the People”?


Who are “We The People”? Farmers? Pagans? Authors? Heretics? Economists? Christians?

Obama has a skewed view of our American history and values.  Shortly after he took office, he informed the world that we were not a Christian nation.  What a surprise to many of us!

This printable document lists all 50 states’ Preambles to their Constitutions.  God is mentioned in each one.  Maybe Obama needs to read these inconvenient documents to have a better understanding of the nation he is supposed to be leading!

Who are \”We the People\”?

About Christine

I believe in the CONSERVATIVE principles and values of the Republican Party as they are written, and not how they are currently practiced by today's RINO's. Smaller government, lower taxes, more personal responsibility, states' rights, free market capitalism, and less government intrusion in our lives!
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3 Responses to Who are “We the People”?

  1. Christine says:

    yep! It is WordPress’s Twenty Ten theme. thanks!

  2. james null burchett says:

    I believe that if you are concerned, the Jews and the Muslims worship the same “God” as Christians do. Therefore the mention of “god” in the constitution does not make us a “Christian” nation meaning that Mr. Obama was correct. Our nation was founded on the principle of religious freedom. This means the freedom to believe what you want without having to worry about the Govt. telling you that you are wrong.
    In my opim ion any Party that holds up GlennBeck and Sandra Palin as role models is seriously flawed.

  3. Christine says:

    James, who said they were “concerned” about Jews and Muslims worshiping the same “God”? I posted the article to simply take issue with our then new President announcing to the world that America is not a Christian country. From my point of view, I think that surprised people.

    America was founded on Judeo-Christian values and principles (the common values and principles of which Obama spoke). No one is outlawing the Muslim religion in this country. Why are you insinuating such a thing? However, some people are concerned that Muslims are demanding and getting special religious accommodations, that Christians are not afforded. Christians cannot pray in school, have Bible study, or Evangelize. But we build Muslim prayer rooms in schools and excuse students to go pray. This is a very new phenomenon and rubs many Americans the wrong way. If Christians can’t pray at school or work, then why can Muslims? Personally, I think prayer is excellent.

    Religious demographics of America:
    http://www.teachingaboutreligion.org/Demographics/map_demographics.htm

    Let me just interject some of my own opinion here. The article from the blog post merely lists all the states that recognize God’s supremacy in their Constitutions – fact. However, in my opinion and in this historical context of America, God is generally understood to be a Christian God, but surely we are all willing to share. – pure opinion. Notice, also, that no state mentions adherence to any particular doctrine, Christian or otherwise – fact. That is left to each of us to decide for ourselves – we call it freedom of religion. Historically, it has been almost always a Christian choice for Americans – opinion. As late as 2008, less than 2% of Americans are Jewish and/or Muslim – fact.

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