The Importance of Words and Language
The words and syntax used in crafting the documents upon which the United States of America was founded are
important for two reasons. First, the key words represent powerful emotions of the human spirit such as
freedom, liberty and justice. Second, the founders presumed that the documents would exist in perpetuity and
only be modified, as prescribed, and by those of like mind, guided by the hand of our creator. This second part
is why the founders struggled diligently for phrases (simple truths) that would remain unambiguous to the end
Fellow Americans, words and our language are under attack and there are times, when I and other MOVEOVER
MINUTEMEN shop at the local WAL-MART, that we’re not sure that American English is still the national
language. Attencion patrones de Wal-Mart!
Perdoname amigos hispanico y amigas hispanica. Yo te amo y yo hablo Espanol pero la lingua de los Estados
Unidos de America es Englais! (TRANSLATION) Excuse me Spanish guy and girl friends. I love you and I speak
Spanish but the language of the United States of America is English!
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We will always strive to emulate the American founders’ diligence in crafting this site.
Words mean something!
MARGINALIZE the left, liberal democrats, and moveon.org.
According to Webster’s:
to relegate to an unimportant or powerless position within a society or group.