Currently, many Americans seem eager to make changes to the US Constitution. 1. The First Amendment: Many Americans feel that a Muslim Religious Center should not be allowed to be built so close to Ground Zero. In spite of the fact that its correctly zoned and would be built on private property. Newt Gingrich compares this with posting the Nazi symbol next to the Holocaust Museum. 2. The Fourth Amendment: Many Americans feel its justified changing the wording against search and seizure as long as its directed at illegal aliens. Many opposed see that as targeting Hispanics. 3. The Fourteenth Amendment: Many Americans feel if your parents are in this country illegally, then, even if you were born here, you shouldnt automatically be a citizen. Whether this would be retroactive is open for debate. 4. A Constitutional Amendment to Ban Gay Marriage. Its estimated the gay population is between 3 and 5% of the total US population. Even though only a very few of that tiny percentage even want to get married, many Americans feel that allowing those few this honor would delegitimize and desanctify the 50% of marriages that dont end in divorce, rending them meaningless and the future of heterosexual marriage is at stake. 5. A Constitutional Amendment to balance the budget. That is self explanatory. It would mean, no money for war unless something else is cut. Are there other areas not mentioned that we should consider?