Interesting thought... I don't think that anyone doubts the amazingly deep and powerful mentations that the founders put into the formation of our government. It is my far less learned opinion that the Constitution is more a document of guidance and problem-solving protocols than it is a set of immutable rules set down forever and ever (not that anyone here has asserted that). It is a good thing that it requires interpretation, as such dialogue, even if heated at times, keeps it alive.

Now for the interesting part - who amongst our national leadership, or aspirants for the office of President, do you think has the intellectual chops to have been a member of the Constitutional Convention?

Let's see... Elizabeth Warren, ............................ :ohsnap:
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