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  • The Constitution of the United States puts half the people in bondage and We have more problems today, than we did in the past.

    Recently, I found out the Constitution was a conspiracy to replace the Articles of Confederation. As a nation under England, we were part of the 1643 Solemn League & Covenant along with Scotland and Ireland. The framers were either deists, freemasons or both, but the point is the National Covenant put "We the People" under the authority of God our creator and their goal was to break that relationship by making "man" as a replacement for God. The Solemn League & Covenant was "The Great Commission" at the end of Matthew 28. And like it or not, the Great Commission is going to repeat itself in Isaiah 19:23-25 with the restoration of Egypt, Assyria and Israel.

  • We don't have the problems like back then

    Back then we had barely muskets and swords, now we have nukes and bombs and stealth planes. We now have secret ways to hind bombs and we are no longer getting mass help from other country's. And now there are even more country's that want to kill us. And we have begun to squander our rites and abusing them.

  • Get Rid of the right to Evil

    Humans are very incapable of stopping themselves from perpetrating evils. Selfishness, Myopic Thinking, and Hatred are just as common as ever. The Constitution fails to create a backbone of a good society, so it must be wiped away and replaced with a currently hypothetical government that steers humans from their flaws until they can be educated to avoid the entirely. Any other argument is made from either a cautious conservatism intended to keep the current elite in power or a hedonistic desire to be able to do whatever one wants regardless of the consequences. Tow ideas which have comprised the majority of human history save the noble ideas of a handful of visionaries.

  • It needs to go

    When can we finally get rid of the outdated and irrelevant Constitution?
    The Constitution is the biggest roadblock to a Progressive America. Time for it to go.It prevents advances in progressivism. Which is funny because those against those advances ignored it anyway. Some stuff needs to go A lot of constitutional laws and amendments are actually hindering the development of the USA Gun laws in the 2nd Amendment, which are pretty bad considering the Sandy Hook shootings. It's time for the USA to get rid of these outdated laws.

  • It needs to go

    The constitution and The United States political system is outdated. Too bad conservatives want their country back to the God-fearing white christian anti-gay theocratic male dominated gun totin' 'Murika! Yeeee-hah! Yep - some stuff needs to go A lot of the 2nd Amendment, which are pretty bad considering the Sandy Hook shootings. Also the unnecessary need for the 3rd Amendment). It's time for the USA to get rid of these outdated laws.

  • Yes, It is Irrelevant

    Americans believe that their constitution, like their war of independence, makes them the great country they are today. America became the most powerful country on earth despite of it, not because of it. It's a throwback to something that is no longer relevant, and simply stands as a roadblock for social and cultural change for the better. Do you really believe that some of your closest allies such as the UK and Australia aren't free, or are is some imminent danger of social anarchy because they don't have explicit rights laid out in a Constitution?

  • Yep - some stuff needs to go

    A lot of constitutional laws and amendments are actually hindering the development of the USA (e.G. Gun laws in the 2nd Amendment, which are pretty bad considering the Sandy Hook shootings. Also the unnecessary need for the 3rd Amendment). It's time for the USA to get rid of these outdated laws.

  • Yep - some stuff needs to go

    A lot of constitutional laws and amendments are actually hindering the development of the USA (e.G. Gun laws in the 2nd Amendment, which are pretty bad considering the Sandy Hook shootings. Also the unnecessary need for the 3rd Amendment). It's time for the USA to get rid of these outdated laws.

  • Yes, in the sense that it is unnecessary.

    Don't get me wrong. There are a number of good things in the Constitution (mainly the Bill of Rights), but I believe that society should do away with social, political, and economic hierarchies, and the Constitution is where the state legitimizes itself. Instead of supporting human rights because it is the logical and moral thing to do, we do it because those in authority tell us to through the Constitution.

  • The Constitution keeps us free

    If not for the Constitution, we would not be free as we are today. Now I know it doesn't guarantee we will be free if evil people are in our government (such as those who are in now) but it gives us the right to fight back and maintain our freedoms. If not for the Constitution, we might as well be as the Biblical Egyptians and Israelites.

  • Read it, teach it, and live it!

    The Constitution is one of the most amazing documents ever created by man. Those who would scrap it, have probably never read it. How many other countries have followed its lead, created similar constitutions, or fought for those freedoms that we here in the US take for granted. The Constitution is our society's guideline to social, political, and economic freedom and independence!

  • The Constitution defines our country

    Even though the government has been picking and choosing lately what rights we have, the constitution is an incredibly important object in American culture. It represents the rights and freedoms that American's supposedly have. I think we have a long way to go to get everything back in order, but getting rid of the constitution is not the answer. Once it's gone, the government can just start oppressing us with complete transparency. We need our rights to keep the suits on their toes.

  • No, our Constitution is a wonderful document

    Of course, we should keep our Constitution. In fact, if you look at the government standards around the world, much is modeled using our Constitution. Perhaps some notions are bit outdated over 200 years later, but the basic structure of society established by the Constitution is quite relevant. The Constitution can and has been amended numerous when such need arises.

  • No Of Course Not

    The Constitution has served us well for a long while and there's no reason to get rid of it now. It is so revered by the American people that to do away with such a document and all attempts to live by it would probably lead to a lot of chaos and confusion.

  • Equal right for all

    Amendment 14, Section 1: All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws. So, the question here is: "Are you willing to give up YOUR rights and privileges as an American Citizen and allow the government to control every aspect of your life because you believe the U.S. Constitution is 'outdated' and needs to gotten rid of? If you really like the idea of the government controlling your life with an iron fist, North Korea is the place for you. If you do decide to go, better pack some warm clothes because the government turns the electricity off every night at 9:00 and the winter temperatures often get below -50 degrees F.

  • Progression has uses, but there has to be a line drawn before we progress into tyranny. We are meant to be exceptional, not be safe

    We aren't going to become a dictatorship without freedoms by getting rid of certain amendments. The issue I have is though is where do we stop? One move turns into another and another. I have no issue with other people voicing their opinions, but to be honest, the constitution is there to protect your freedoms and right to say what you want. If that offends you then that's ok! That's the beauty of the constitution is that we have the freedom to say what we want and the fools of the world and those who will do great works will naturally separate themselves. Keep the constitution in play. The government having all powerful control is a much more terrifying thing than a small group of radicals trying to get control and power they'll never have. I'm only saying this because the constitution is meant to transcend time. One day, if we start getting rid of freedoms for safety, then we all become dogs and cattle to the government down the line, or at least our children and grand children might. We are meant to be exceptional as human beings, not safe. Safety is the death of innovation and free thought and I would rather give my life up to be as free as I can be than become a dog of the government. The only reason anyone can voice their opinions about what offends them is become of the freedoms we have in place and if we take the constitution away or fundamentally alter it, then what is next? The bill of rights? Free speech? Will the government one day tell me, again, that because of my skin, gender, or because i offended someone that I do not know that I am unfit for something? We were meant to be great and free, not safe and caged like cattle.

  • Wtf kind of question is this?

    The foundering father's made the Constitution a living, breathing document - amendments. They knew civilization is going to change and human rights along with it (ex: prohibit slavery, womens' suffrage, same sex marriage). They were not stupid people...
    Also, what is making the Constitution ineffective in today's society are two different types of people/politicians: the ones who takes every word of the Constitution seriously and the ones who see it as a guidebook.

  • Wtf kind of question is this?

    The foundering father's made the Constitution a living, breathing document - amendments. They knew civilization is going to change and human rights along with it (ex: prohibit slavery, womens' suffrage, same sex marriage). They were not stupid people...
    Also, what is making the Constitution ineffective in today's society are two different types of people/politicians: the ones who takes every word of the Constitution seriously and the ones who see it as a guidebook.

  • Wtf kind of question is this?

    The foundering father's made the Constitution a living, breathing document - amendments. They knew civilization is going to change and human rights along with it (ex: prohibit slavery, womens' suffrage, same sex marriage). They were not stupid people...
    Also, what is making the Constitution ineffective in today's society are two different types of people/politicians: the ones who takes every word of the Constitution seriously and the ones who see it as a guidebook.


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