When you here the phrase We The People, United We Stand! what do you think the concept means? In American government they preach unity and equality, yet the truth is they are the most segregated entity in America. When you simplify what American government is for ( The protection of the sovereign territories of North America and it's people ) it brings you to ask why is our government so divided? We should all for the most part have the same goals of freedom, prosperity and the pursuit of happiness. The only agenda or values you should promote or run on are those of the American people. Obviously not everyone will agree on all subjects and things don't always work 100% across the board, that's why we have state level government. We are all separate sovereign territories in a UNION, this means federal government holds no real power over state government and was never intended as such. It's existence was based upon the general protection of the UNION and in part to represent the American people on a global stage. I see more and more today people are starting to understand this concept and how this helps preserve our individual rights and liberties, however there is a big problem with our pop culture that the majority of our youth tends to spend their time imitating and following in both view and actions... just more food for thought if you would like to continue the conversation or comment please do!!!