The Constitution is a force in place governing all citizens and people in this nation regardless of their beliefs, and it includes requirements by those in the nation for a time uncertain. For the citizens, it is their guarantee of personal welfare, rights, and blessings of liberty. The elected and appointed leaders of this nation are bound by an oath to support and defend the Constitution. When an event or act occurs that violates any part of the constitutionally constructed laws, it must be understood that the Constitution is much the same as a will, and those forefathers involved in its drafting were mostly concerned with the heirs as citizens and the protection of domestic tranquility, general welfare, and posterity. Section 1 of Constitutional Amendment makes it ever so clear that: "Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude except as punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction." If any group, religious or otherwise, attempts to force-feed their beliefs by word or deed on others within the United States, restricting their free will and causing unjust restriction of domestic tranquility, then involuntary servitude exists in the United States unlawfully.