SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2016
…at the Church of The Compassionate Conservative, Beloved Whistleblower Publisher, the Right-Wing Reverend Charles Foster Kane was once again asking his Political Parishioners to ask for God’s protection for the U.S. Constitution.
Yesterday was supposed to be “Constitution Day” in America as The Blower explained in our Special “Constitution Day” E-dition, but since September 17 fell on a Saturday this year, schools were supposed to celebrate Constitution Day on Friday when children were in school, and we’re still waiting to hear something about it from our local Kneepad Liberals in the Press.
September 17 was chosen because it was the last session of the 1787 Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, during which the final version of the newly written U.S. Constitution was signed by 39 delegates.
Constitution Day was created by Congress in 2004 to require that all schools which receive federal funding offer some type of “educational program” on the U.S. Constitution, but it never actually defined what should be taught.
Here’s what our Founding Fathers had to say about The Constitution:
Ronald Reagan said, “The United States Constitution is the impassioned and inspired vehicle by which we travel through history. It grew out of the most fundamental inspiration of our existence: that we are here to serve Him by living free — that living free releases in us the noblest of impulses and the best of our abilities; that we would use these gifts for good and generous purposes and would secure them not just for ourselves and for our children but for all mankind.”
And Disingenuous DemocRAT presidential candidate Barack Obama described the U.S. Constitution as having “deep flaws” during a September 2001 Chicago public radio program, adding that the country’s Founding Fathers had “an enormous blind spot” when they wrote it. Obama also remarked that the Constitution “reflected the fundamental flaw of this country that continues to this day.” Since then Obama has trampled the Constitution too many times to count.