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“Because the single most powerful word in our democracy is the word We. We the people. We Shall overcome. Yes We can.” President Barack Obama – Selma 50th Anniversary

 

collage of Coloring book page Constitution signing and crayola crayons

(L) Page from “Our Country Historical Coloring Book” 1956 “The Constitution became the supreme law of the land in June 1788” (R) Crayola Crayons

 

It’s time we begin to color-in the Constitution using all the colors in the box

Copyright (©) 2015 Sally Edelstein All Rights Reserved

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4 comments

  1. Too bad we have Americans who forget the “We” or think the “We” is for them, and only them.

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  2. Is that the document that allows children to carry ‘machine guns’?
    The kings used to call them-self “we” and “us”. The royal “we”, or majestic plural (pluralis majestatis in Latin. Queen Victoria – Victoria Regina – expressed her vexation when somebody told a risky joke: “We are not amused.”

    I remember from my childhood, when one guy would say: “We could do that”, another guy, annoyed could snap:”Which we? You and your lice?”

    “And he asked him, What is thy name? And he answered, saying, My name is Legion: for we are many.” King James, Mark 5:9.

    I have a vague recollection from different Sci-Fi novellas that some extra-terrestrials could be a united mind in a number of bodies. Ants, bees and termites are pretty close to that?

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  3. Great illustration! I’ve been sending your link to friends. I’ve also been hoping your vision problems have been resolved. I’m constantly amazed by your work.

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  4. Thanks so much for the support and the kind words and so glad you enjoy my work. Coincidentally I happened to read your comment while waiting at the Retina specialists office and it lifted my spirits. Thanks so much for the well wishes, my vision is slowly resolving itself; its been a humbling experience but have learned to adapt quite well..

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