If the Constitution were a living, breathing document as some people suggest, then it would mean absolutely anything that the majority of the justices (5) interpret it to be. The amendment process is a laborious process. Laws are going to change and need to be modified with the times, that is the purpose of Congress. The job of the Judicial Branches is to interpret the law according to the constitution. The Constitution does not change based on whoever is reading it and how it is understood. The Constitution should be construed based on the way it is written and what the wording means, not what someone thinks that it means or because their feelings are hurt. The text means, what the text says.
There are people on both sides of the aisle that are desperately trying their very best to murder it, but it's still alive and kicking. The Constitution is still the base of all laws in the land in the United States, and I'm very much grateful for that.
The Constitution is still relevant, still in use, and still very much alive, especially in the hearts and minds of the people.
The Constitution is still looked at as the law of the land in the United States. The Supreme Court uses it as their main tool for deciding whether laws can be implemented and enforced or not. The Constitution still has influence over our law makers actions, so it is pretty clear that it is not dead.
The Constitution is still one of the most influential documents in American history. Its influence permeates the realms of history, culture, law, and much more. We feel its effects every day in the United States. It grants us rights that we exercise to this very day. The Constitution provides a framework for our government and for our legal system. It is still very much alive.
The constitution is not dead. America as a country follows it on the daily basis. It is the guide lawmakers use when suggesting new laws and how to go about things. The constitution is constantly being mentioned in today's society and still holds a lot of power. It is far from dead.