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Steve King statement on Constitution Day

Congressman Steve King
Congressman Steve King
WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Steve King released the following statement to commemorate Constitution Day, marking the 228th year since the signing of the Constitution of the United States of America. King is a member of the House Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on the Constitution and Civil Justice and always carries a copy of the Constitution in his pocket.

“On September 17, 1787, the United States Constitution was completed and signed by 39 of the most influential men in American history,” said King. “I believe that God used these men to lay the framework for our nation, rooted in justice and in liberty. For 228 years, this document has defined our government, secured individual liberty and ensured basic, God-given rights to the American people.

As an elected Member of Congress, I have gone before God and other witnesses to pledge my oath to support and defend the Constitution of the United States. It is my duty to uphold the laws of the land set in motion by our Founding Fathers.

Two hundred and twenty-eight years later, the United States Constitution stands as a model document for other nations. I strongly urge you to become a student of the Constitution, as it distinctly states the rights you possess as an American citizen – rights that cannot be stripped from you.

The signing of the United States Constitution was the beginning of what set this great nation apart from the rest of the world. Now more than ever, we must recommit ourselves to the ideals our Founding Fathers used to make America what it was always intended to be.”

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