Governor Palin writes about “Our Charters of Liberty at the National Archives,” via SarahPAC:
On this tour, when I speak of “fundamentally restoring our country”, that means restoring it to the ideals found in our charters of liberty. What a great morning we just had seeing the collection of these founding documents at the National Archives!
Seeing America’s most historic documents is inspiring, and speaking with staff members who pour their hearts into educating visitors gives us great hope that our nation’s history will be accurately passed on to future generations. Many of the artifacts, recordings and documents on display at the National Archives are evidence of the patriotism and hard work poured into our foundation. These are nonpartisan, valuable historical tools we all need to see, read and absorb to learn the truth about our past, so we can move forward successfully.
Too often our leaders today behave as if our charters of liberty are outdated, flawed documents from a distant and irrelevant past. They treat our Declaration of Independence and our Constitution as if they aren’t much more than old pieces of parchment with pretty words that can be twisted or ignored when it’s convenient. But these can’t be ignored! They point the way forward, like a needed compass that can guide us through the heady times we face as a country. These documents unite us! We ARE one nation under God, and we’re indivisible if we follow the blueprints our Founders drew for us.
Amazing visit! Thank you, National Archives.
– Sarah Palin
SarahPAC also posted some photos of Governor Palin’s visit to the National Archives: