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Constitution Day 2023

Constitution Day 2023: A Tribute to the World's Oldest Written National Constitution

September 17th holds a special place in the heart of every American, marking the day in 1787 when delegates at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia bestowed upon our great nation its most foundational document: The Constitution. The diligence and vision of those early leaders gifted us with a constitution that not only solidified the very principles upon which the United States was founded, but also one that has withstood the test of time, evolving and adapting as our nation has grown.

Today, we celebrate the 231st year of the Constitution's effectiveness, a living testament to its enduring strength and relevance. It's noteworthy to recognize that our Constitution is the oldest written and codified national constitution still in force globally. A beacon for democracies around the world, it embodies the values of liberty, justice, and the pursuit of happiness.

As Americans, we are fortunate to inherit this legacy, but with it comes the responsibility to uphold its values and strive continuously towards creating a "more perfect union". On this Constitution Day, let us not only reflect on our history but also look ahead, envisioning a nation that always aims to be better, more inclusive, and truly free.

God Bless the United States of America! Today and every day, we commit ourselves to the ideals enshrined in our Constitution and to the pursuit of liberty for all.

Happy Constitution Day to all!

In Liberty,

Bob Sutton

Chairman, RLC Florida - Broward. National RLC Board Member


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