We The People

   George Washington; the first President of the United States ~ 1789 -1797, was an awakened man and a true leader blessed with an ‘eagle’s eye’ perspective regarding what a great nation, capable of building strength and goodness within humanity required.

   George held concern that oppositional parties could destroy the sacred unity which held the nation together, therefor, he remained unaffiliated with any political faction or party throughout his presidency. In every possible way, George Washington stood for unity.

    In the years prior to his election, America faced battles, division, chaos and a distinct evil attempting to command control over the United States. With George Washington presiding over the Constitutional Convention in 1787, along with other benevolent founding fathers, a unified governing foundation was penned, creating a new form of government and a more united frame known as The Constitution of the United States, which took effect with the swearing in of President George Washington and Vice President John Adams on April 30, 1789.

   WE THE PEOPLE  affirms immediately that the United States government exists to serve its citizens. This document has allowed the USA to flourish in every way, becoming known worldwide as THE LAND OF THE FREE!

   In 1945 Congress adopted the Pledge of Allegiance as a Pledge of faith and loyalty to the Republic of the United States of America and to the flag which represents our unification.

Fifty stars for fifty states; 13 stripes representing the original 13 states as well as the father principle, with a blue sky representing the mother of all life. 
White stripes for purity and innocence, and red stripes representing hardiness and valor. 
The stars are not only states, but shining lights beaming rays of gold and goodness
upon our country.

   We as a people, aligned with this vow of sovereignty, are all deserving of liberty, freedom, justice and the pursuit of happiness. As we uphold what our founding fathers put in place for us, we can only rise higher and contribute more to this world.

  God bless the souls of our wise founding fathers! God bless America! And God bless this earth, all countries and HUmanity!

This is what George Washington had to say about separate parties in his farewell address in 1796: