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In 1776, courageous men and women were called upon to stand up for their creator-endowed unalienable rights and protect themselves against a despotic king. They stood as one and made promises to one another regarding their lives, fortunes, and sacred honor. Most of their names will never be known.

Again, the people must defend their liberty from the tyranny of the present. Because of this, we must likewise stand unified beneath our Creator and make the same pledge.

We The People 2 is made up of thousands of nameless, faceless, men and women whose names will never be known. We believe that our unity in support of the republic is more important than any financial gain or individual’s ego.

Join us to ensure that we never have to tell our children, or our children’s children, what it was once like in America when men were free.

If Benjamin Franklin were here today he would write......

My Fellow Citizens,

As I set my quill to parchment in the year 2024, I find myself compelled to address you, my compatriots, from a realm beyond the veil of time. It is with a sense of both urgency and lamentation that I observe the present state of our beloved republic. It appears that the lessons learned through the crucible of the American Revolution have slipped through the fingers of posterity, like grains of sand escaping an open palm.

In the annals of history, the year 1776 stands as a testament to the indomitable spirit of a people determined to cast off the chains of tyranny and forge a path toward a more perfect union. It was a time when courage and conviction fueled the flames of liberty, birthing a nation conceived in the crucible of revolution.

However, as I peer through the mist of time, I discern disconcerting shadows that bear an unsettling resemblance to the grievances that once ignited the flames of discontent in the hearts of my fellow countrymen. It pains me to witness the encroachments upon the liberties for which we fought so valiantly – the very liberties that were meant to be the bedrock of this great experiment in self-governance.

My observations lead me to believe that the flame of liberty, once ablaze in the hearts of Americans, is now flickering in the face of encroaching shadows. The ink of the Constitution, so deliberately set to paper to safeguard the rights of the people, appears to be fading in the face of an expanding government, infringing upon the very principles it was designed to preserve.

I cannot help but draw parallels between the excessive taxation that fueled our discontent in the 18th century and the burdensome impositions placed upon the present-day citizenry. The yoke of oppressive policies, the erosion of individual freedoms, and the intrusion into the private lives of citizens evoke a sense of déjà vu – a disconcerting echo of grievances long past.

As I reflect upon the conditions of the present, I implore you, my fellow citizens, to scrutinize the path we tread with discernment and diligence. The foundations of this republic were laid with the blood and toil of brave men and women who dared to dream of a land where liberty and justice would prevail.

It is my sincere hope that this tome, born of both historical perspective and heartfelt concern, may serve as a clarion call to those who cherish the blessings of liberty. Let us, in the spirit of ’76, rekindle the flame of freedom, ensuring that the sacrifices of our forebears were not made in vain.

With earnest admonition and unwavering fidelity to the principles that birthed this great nation, I remain, ever you

“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.” -Ronald Reagan
Ronald Reagan

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