America's constitution is vitally flawed
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America's constitution. The longest standing government charter. The longest standing government flaw.
Round 1 - state your arguments
Round 2 - clash, and provide counter arguments
Round 3 - clash, and provide counter arguments, along with a closing
a narrow group of exclusively white patrician men, many of them slave holders ...
Congress shall have the power to ... declare war.
It is flawed
it is outdated
it can be amended
the founders [...] expected as times changed the document would
broke down as the process became ever more politicizeddeliberately pervert its purpose
I ask [my students] how they would feel if their neurosurgeon used the world's oldest neurosurgery guide, or if NASA used the world's oldest astronomical chart to plan space-shuttle flights
piece of paper [...] handed by God out of a burning bush
... bragging about the fact that we're running Windows 1.0
The founders didn't want to throw it off for slaves, and they didn't want to throw it off for women
Again the founders expected the document to become outdated,
to remedy this there is the amendment process, that process itself can be amendment
if the document is flawed if it is outdated in some way there is an easy solution that can be found with in the document, the amendment process
how the document is interpreted is not a flaw in the document itself but in those that are presently on the Supreme court,
simple as that