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Our Charters of Liberty at the National Archives

Posted by Ron Devito on May 30, 2011

On this tour, when I speak of “fundamentally restoring our country”, that means restoring it to the ideals found in our charters of liberty. What a great morning we just had seeing the collection of these founding documents at the National Archives!

Seeing America’s most historic documents is inspiring, and speaking with staff members who pour their hearts into educating visitors gives us great hope that our nation’s history will be accurately passed on to future generations. Many of the artifacts, recordings and documents on display at the National Archives are evidence of the patriotism and hard work poured into our foundation. These are nonpartisan, valuable historical tools we all need to see, read and absorb to learn the truth about our past, so we can move forward successfully.

Too often our leaders today behave as if our charters of liberty are outdated, flawed documents from a distant and irrelevant past. They treat our Declaration of Independence and our Constitution as if they aren’t much more than old pieces of parchment with pretty words that can be twisted or ignored when it’s convenient. But these can’t be ignored! They point the way forward, like a needed compass that can guide us through the heady times we face as a country. These documents unite us! We ARE one nation under God, and we’re indivisible if we follow the blueprints our Founders drew for us.

Amazing visit! Thank you, National Archives.

– Sarah Palin

As published at SarahPAC: Our Charters of Liberty at the National Archives

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One Response to “Our Charters of Liberty at the National Archives”

  1. I have the greatest respect for you. We need more people like you in our Government Offices. If you run for President or Vice President you have my vote. You are what this country needs to bring us back to the great country we were and to put this fiasco of the administration behind us and learn from our mistakes
    to make sure our leaders love this country the way they should. Back our military all the way. Get back to the Constitution and our Bill Of Rights. We had some wise forefathers
    who wrote the Constitution. Get prayer back into schools and In God We Trust back on our currency and any where else we want.

    It is not right to ban prayer because a few don’t agree. This country was founded for freedom of religion. That freedom is all but taken away from us. Our laws are based on the Ten Commandments, they should stay on display everywhere. I
    can remember saying prayers in school at assemblies and other fuctions. There was not any violence
    in schools with knives and guns. We need to get back to that way of life.
    I know I am just one person but this is what I believe this nation needs.

    Thanks for the opportunity to say my peace.

    Sincerely,

    Bobbie Holland
    Atoka, Oklahoma

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