A Reading of the Constitution
BOS members get a lot of invitations to attend all kinds of events. How would people seeing it from a Northern Virginia Republican Viewpoint interpret my attendance at the one described below?
Sent: Monday, August 29, 2011 9:49 AM
Subject: Reading of the Constitution
My name is Eric Johnson, and I work in Purcellville for the Home School Legal Defense Association. On Saturday, September 17th, HSLDA, in conjunction with Generation Joshua, will be hosting a Reading of the Constitution on the front steps of Founders Hall at 10:00am.
I would like to invite you to attend and participate. Citizens from around the area will gather, and participate as we read aloud the document that is supposed to guide our federal government today. Local media, elected officials, students, and veterans will also be joining us that day. We anticipate the event lasting about one hour.
I understand that you maintain a busy schedule, but we would be honored by your presence, even if only for a short time.
I have attached the flyer that we are using here in Purcellville to advertise the event. Notices will also go out to all Loudoun news papers.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any more questions on this matter.
Eric Johnson, CP
Home School Legal Defense Association
(Note: Mr. Johnson’s e-mail doesn’t say, but “Founders Hall” refers to a structure at Patrick Henry College.)