Everyone must know preamble

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Please note how the preamble to the U.S. Constitution reads. First read the first seven words and remember them, since the Constitution wasn’t written just for those in office so that they could forget it or go around it to accomplish their own selfish wishes. This means that no elected officials have the right to change any of the American Constitution without the express (consent) of all legal Americans. This would include the president of the United States of America who seems to skirt even Congress to have his way. I also would expect that every legal American, including elected officials, definitely read and comprehend the document. Mathew Driscoll, Roseville