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What the Constitution Means to me

             The Constitution to me is like the law of the entire nation. It is broken up into different parts so that all areas of ruling are dealt with. This breaking up of the Constitution is to handle with certain issues specifically. I have human rights to do what I want to a certain limit. The government cannot have unreasonable power over me and everything will be handled in order. .
             The Constitution to me means that I will be protected and that I do have rights. When I think of the Constitution I think of the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial branch. These branches mean that there will be laws to protect me. The check and balance means that I will be protected from branches having too much power. The Constitution means that there will be presidents, vice presidents, and board members whose purpose is to work for the people. It means that not just anybody can become president, but they have to chosen by the people. When I think of the Constitution I think of the Senate and the House of Representatives. This part of the Constitution gives more meaning to what the Constitution means to me. All of the people didn't agree on how Congress would be so in the Constitution Congress was split into two parts for the different perspectives of the people. The Constitution means that no one will have greater power over than the law. It also means that the law won't have too much power. The Constitution gives us the right to privacy. We can't be arrested just because and the police can't search our homes without a warrant. The Constitution is what America's government is base on. It guides the government bending and changing it so that it may adjust to the people's way of living. It determines how the government will rule the .
             people . The Constitution makes the national government and Congress rule in a way that is like serving the people.

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