Law and order requires the will of the people to be sustained as a peaceful, obedient, and a cooperative society. Our entire educational system is grounded upon instructing us of the rules and laws set forth. Thus, an exemplary government leads by way of strict adherence to, and execution of law and order. Without such constrained authority, our society is not assured the guarantee of our own government’s service and protection. It is for this reason that the United States is known as a nation of laws and not of men.
We respectfully contend that America was diligently formed by a greatness that must be periodically preserved, or else we become yet another plot of earth where freedom is not guaranteed to the people. If being great was the present nation’s condition, the people would have ease and not be so compelled to call upon our leaders to reverse this self-destructive path we travel. There would not be a great divide in this country and civil discord would be trivial.
“No man will make a great leader who wants to do it all himself, or to get all the credit for doing it.” – Andrew Carnegie