Restore our Constitution
To the Editor:
All through the campaign for president we heard slogans such as 'Change We Can Believe In,' 'Stand for Change,' and 'We Need Change, Change, Change, Change.'
We the people have endured change. We have lost our freedoms, jobs, homes, security, privacy, viable corporations, secure borders, parental rights, state sovereignty, and many of our soldiers have died in unnecessary wars.
It is not Change we need.
Our Republic needs restoration! Restoring our Constitutionally limited government will give the citizens of our Republic individual liberties, sound money, free markets, and a non-interventionist foreign policy. This is all included in the mission statement for the Campaign for Liberty, a national organization of concerned citizens. The goal is to restore the Constitutional parameters of the federal government.
We need to restore the separation of the government with the checks and balances provided by the three branches of government, Legislative, Executive and Judicial.
We cannot accomplish these goals until we restore our ability to choose candidates who possess integrity, honesty and loyalty to our Republic and its Constitution.
If 'We the People' want to keep our Republic, and as it states in the preamble, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote general welfare and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, we must restore the foundation of our constitutionally limited government.
The citizens must know the precepts of our Constitution if our rights and liberties are to remain secure. Then we the people must act. Many before us fought and died for our freedoms, we are not asking you to give your life, but a few hours of your time. We will lose our Republic if good men and women do nothing. If not now, then when? If not you, then who?
If you want to restore our Republic, Constitution and Bill of Rights, please go to www.campaignforliberty.com
There are groups forming all over this great land. Join now before we lose our Republic and our "pursuit of happiness" is nothing but a dream for us, our children and for our generations.
Dianne Szostak, Capac
February 25, 2009