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The Continental Congress 2009

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Historically two Continental Congresses were called to formulate the documents and principles that would be the Declaration of Independence and the Articles of the Confederation. A Constitutional Convention was the gathering that produced the Constitution of the United States of America.

The two Continental Congresses were held during the revolution against the British to declare independence, prosecute the war, and begin formulating a government, and governance.  The Constitutional Convention produced the document we rely on today.

The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution morally obligate each and every American citizen to uphold its principles.  When we see a pattern of tyranny engulfing the Executive, legislative, and judiciary branches of government, it is our obligation as Americans to right the system.

Here, posted with permission (h/t tenacity), are the remarks by Robert Shultz at the Freedom 21 Conference on the scheduled Continental Congress 2009, November 9-22 in St. Charles, Illinois.  Check out the website Give Me Liberty, on the blogroll, for information on how to get involved.

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