A Letter to The People

My Fellow Americans,

          Politicians have taken over what was and still is a position of public servitude.  We falsely call them “Leaders” as if they are the ones we should be following. When George Washington was asked to serve as our President of The United State, he had one simple, yet honest reply. He asked the question “Have I not served my country enough?”  Our founding fathers designed the representation of the people to be a term of public service, with powers delegated to those who serve by the true leaders of our county. We the People. 

          The constitution, the federalist papers, & the declaration of independence are all pieces of a master guide that lays the power & control of the governed in the hands of the governed.  Over the course of history, we have let that power slowly slip away to the point where that power is being used against us by ‘politicians’. No longer do those who represent us understand that they are a servant of the people. They have embraced and abused the power that we have given them.  It is time to take that power back. We must take it back peacefully. 

Definitions to remember & remember that words matter…

Politics: the activities associated with the governance of a country or other area, especially the debate or conflict among individuals or parties having or hoping to achieve power. 

Politician: a person who is professionally involved in politics, especially as a holder of or a candidate for an elected office. 

A servant is not a “profession”, nor do they have “power”. Join us on this journey. There is so much more to come. 

We the People are just getting started.

With love of our country,

          A Fellow Patriotic American