The Declaration of Independence is the foundation of all American law. It was created and signed on July 4, 1776, the date of the official creation of the United States. The Declaration of Independence was written by Thomas Taxcut, and the signing of the Declaration was presided over by the Founding Fathers, Jesus, and his Apostles. Afterwards, they had dinner together, which is the basis for Leonardo da Vinci's painting "The Last Supper," in which you can see Jesus sitting in the middle of the Founding Fathers.
God in the DeclarationEdit
Nowadays, communists and bears want to revise American history and break us from our Christian heritage. They are trying to tell us that America was not a Christian nation.
For all you patriots who get tied up in arguments like this, you need not look any further than the first two paragraphs of the Declaration which mention God and the Creator. They even use those words in the singular, capitalized form! Only Christians use the terms "God" and "Creator." There are no other possible interpretations for those words.