Principles of the Declaration of Independence

Consent of the Governed and Unalienable Rights

The idea of unalienable rights is a humans rights that cannot be taken away ever. It assures you of rights you will have when your born and until you die. Life, liberty, and the persuit of happiness. The consent of the governed makes sure that our government is legit, the decisions should be off the consent of the people such as voting.

A just government needs consent of the governed because you have to have it to make a just government. A just government is a fair and equal government. The  Bill of Rights protects all our natural rights from being taken away.

The principles of unalienable rights and consent of the governed are still hear today. We still have life, liberty, and the persuit of happiness. We still have the right to vote and they take our words into consideration. These are still hear and are going to stay here for a long time. Although we have this, many other countries don't and we are blessed to have these rights and type of government.

These principles matter to me greatly, they have partially made me to the human I am today. Without these rights I may never have got to had this oppertunity to go to school, head to the careers I want to persue, play sports, ect. These rights are what make the U.S. one of the best countries in the world. I may not be old enough now to vote, but I can't wait to have my own say in something and vote for what I think is right and the govenrment takes that into consideration which is a big deal.