We the People

There is an important and historical document, which starts with the words, we the people. It’s a document I’m afraid we have conveniently forgotten about. At the time this document was written and added to, it gave we the people certain just and unalienable rights, and we the people meant all of we the people of The United States.

Now, we the people only covers a select few.

We the black people of The United States of America are discriminated and persecuted because of the color of our skin.

We the homosexual people of The United States of America are discriminated and persecuted because of who we love. (Stop and re-read this sentence.)

We the trans people of the United States of America are discriminated and persecuted because of who we are.

We the female people of The United States of America are discriminated and persecuted because of our gender.

We the people of The United States of America had more rights during the time the document was written then we do now. Each day more and more of our rights are being stripped away. The select few sits on their asses and collect millions, while we the homeless veterans and people of The United States of America starve on the streets of this “great” country.

Our veterans who have suffered, fought, and died for this country are discarded like trash.

So, yes let’s “make America great again.” Let’s we the people of The United States of America stand together and bring this country back to America, the beautiful.

We the people of The United States of America are all equal, no matter our skin color, who we love, who we are, or our gender. Give us our rights back. We need to stop attacking and demoralizing ourselves. We need to stand together for the just and the righteous.

We the people of The United States of America, need to be just that, we need to be united.