Pocket Constitutions

The Pocket Constitution

The Pocket Constitution

Those helping to organize this BCS Tea Party are doing so because we revere The Constitution of The United States of America. Our Constitution is a very simple document and very easy to understand. It is short and to the point. It recognizes those rights that already belong to us simply because we are men created in the image of God. The government must recognize that we already possess these rights. This portion of The Constitution is called The Bill of Rights and these rights must not be infringed upon by our government. These rights existed before this government was created.

The second portion of The Constitution are the rules under which our government must conduct its business. Consider this section like the written rules to a game, or the rules to operate a club. If someone were to not adhere to the rules of a game they would either be fined, evicted from the game table, or in certain situations arrested and tried in a court of law. Our elected officials must follow the rules of The Constitution when conducting their assigned duties. They must honor and uphold the written rules of The Constitution of the United States of America.

Planners of the BCS Tea Party have donated money for the purchase of pocket Constitutions to be handed out at our Tea Party Rally. We want every citizen to read The Declaration of Independence and The Constitution of the United States to see how brilliant our Founding Fathers were in the conceiving of and creation of a nation created to enhance and suppport our God given right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

A hearty thank you goes out to

  • Clyde Garland,
  • Carolyn Dulke,
  • Kristopher Russell,
  • Christian Galindo, and
  • Charles Akins

for their monetary donations to make this possible. They are an awesome team to work with and what’s even more wonderful is that they are citizens of our combined towns. This is what makes America work as a nation.

Thank you all from the bottom of my heart.

Nancy Coppock

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