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Constitution Day 2012

By Mike Watson

Today is Constitution Day, September 17th.

Many do not observe this day, nor even know it exists, but on this date in 1787 the United States government as we know it, was officially created. The Founding Fathers, doing the best they could in a time when this type of government was almost non-existant, created a document--The United States Constitution--which was to prove to be flexible with the times. The document itself has been modified only a hand full of times (by Amendment) and may be interpreted in many ways.

God Bless America --Mike Watson

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