- Jan 24, 2015
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- Alta California, federalist.
I agree to disagree. Our Founding Fathers resorted to object orientation before the technology sector gave us the term. We could not do a better job today because of the Concepts they use not the technology they had.It appears that most people are just like you. Although, the evolution of technology has advanced horse drawn carriages to automobiles, dreams about flying through the air have been met and surpassed by rockets ships that landed men on the Moon. Sea going ships are now made of steel and launch and recover aircraft and fire cannon balls the size of powder kegs. Ice houses have been replaced with refrigeration machines, and simple to use ice cubes are readily available on demand. Food is readily available 24 hours a day. Pictures of people and things can be produced in an instant, and people can talk to and see other people around the world at any time they want. Buildings can be constructed thousands of feet high made of steel and glass, a hundred floors with elevators and running water and flushing toilets. Pen and paper, that the founders had to use to write the almighty United States Constitution has been replaced by computer aided word processing that can automatically correct spelling errors and rearrange articles and sections without having to rewrite the entire draft, but there is no way we can make government any more efficient and more responsive than what the brilliant racist slave-owners composed in 1787.I don't believe we could a better job today.The biggest problem is that it is obvious that we do not agree as to what the terms of the Constitution define, and that means we need to have a modern constitutional convention to get it all straightened out; but nobody, except me is smart enough to figure that out and publish an actual reorganization plan.
The Amendments prove you wrong. The founders would disagree with you on everything else. If they had the telephone, they would have made a network of the state legislatures for the senate, and a network of the municipal councils for the House - any fucking idiot should be able to see that.I agree to disagree. Our Founding Fathers did an most excellent job at the convention with our federal Constitution and supreme law of the land. It is not ambiguous or vague in any way.
Just can't be done, because . . . the erroneous three-part separation model keeps everyone's ideas about government organization and decision making in the proverbial box.
And, it a simple lack morals that necessitated any amendments. The anti-federalists understood that better than the federalists, apparently.