I would bet that you, dollars to donut holes, cannot recite the Preamble yourself, right now. Without peeking.
I would also bet that almost every federal, state and local official who swears to "support and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic," all cannot recite the Preamble.
I'd also bet that they have not read and/or do not carry with them, a pocket Constitution. (For the record, Ron Paul, Dennis Kucinich and Rand Paul--dunno about Marcy Kapture--carry or carried them around (if no longer serving). Years ago, there were Senators and Representatives who could recite the entire Constitution. After all, it's only five pages long, when you include the moribund Bill of Rights.
All of this goes to my overarching assertion that the Constitution has fallen into woeful and terrifying disuse. And actions taken in direct contravention of the Constitution--taken by our presidents and on down, continue to grow in number and severity. The "President's Kill-By-Drones List"* is but one "poster child" for this phenomenon of unconstitutional and un-checked government activity — much of which is just ordinary, run-of-the-mill crimes--like murder...government killing without due process, incarceration without due process, etc., torturing POWs to death, etc., never mind being at base unconstitutional.
And most citizens are simply unaware of even the first sentence of the Constitution. The goal of this project is to make citizens aware of and familiar with the Constitution and how it plays out in our everyday lives. I would also include resident aliens (green-card visas), but they have to learn the Constitution as part of the requirements for citizenship, so they already are aware. They can't speak out about it, of course, for fear of arbitrary and capricious deportation before they're admitted to citizenship. After they're sworn in as citizens, they can speak out about these violations of the constitution--and go to jail like the rest of our citizens for writing, speaking, communicating, and peacefully assembling to petition "our" government for redress of grievances.
That pretty much covers the ground (and the air-space above it, with the Constitution crumpled up somewhere on that ground). Interesting to note that "Constitutionalists" and "people who quote the Constitution too much," and veterans should appear on "our" government's hit lists, we're warned. Truly a Constitutional Climate Conversion is taking place, where hot is cold and We the People are the enemies of what once was "our" government. Can we pull back from the brink in time?
* Here's a description of the Obama Kill List program made by Rosa Brooks, a former War Department employee, as viewed on HBO's Last Week Tonight, w/ John Oliver, in his Drones episode:
"Right now we have the executive branch making a claim that it has the right to kill anyone, anywhere on earth, any time, for secret reasons, based on secret evidence, in a secret process, undertaken by unidentified officials."
I can also report watching/listening to a Cop Confrontation Video on YouTube, one of those "Show Me Your ID. I am the Law. I need to know who you are" deals, countered with the appropriate "Officer, do you have reasonable suspicion that a crime has been committed? You can see that I am unarmed. Am I being detained? Am I free to go? etc. where the confrontation remained verbal with a soupçon of Glock-brandishing. The officer -- security person for a private-ish estate--got out of his car, pulled his pistol, flailed it about for a bit, and asked, towards the end of the exercise, in a derisive tone of voice, "What are you, some kind of Constitutionalist?"
I couldn't catch the jurisdiction painted under the "Protect and Serve" BS on the squad car, but most officers of the law (unless they're village animal control officers, upon swearing in, recite the federal oath of office, which includes, "I, A. B., do solemnly swear (or affirm) to support and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic...." I wonder if they think that makes them "a Constitutionalist." It should. All of us Americans are living under the same Constitution. With the exception now of dual-passport, dual-citizen folks--and neither you, nor probably them, has a clue which Constitution, or Declaration of Rights, they're defending, if any.
The president, by the way, has his own oath: "to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution" (but only "to the best of my ability." As we've all observed (if our eyes and ears are open), the "best of my ability" was none to good for the past and current prez, all the more stunning in that the latter proffered some pretense of giving a Constitutional Law course in [name of school?]. And the SUPREMES take the federal oath, plus an oath to administer the laws faithfully.