Comment: You just said we wouldn't use the Constitution as a guide...

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You just said we wouldn't use the Constitution as a guide...

I am using the Constitution as a guide in step 2 above, and I've offered a practical political platform to do so, one that can win in the next election cycle, if adopted by serious Constitutionalists.

It is you who are totally hostile toward the Constitution when you say:

if all parties are not informed Then they can't agree to the contract.

Also, if its a contract arbitrarily imposing rule by force over others how is it anything but a fraudulent contract.

How many people who are under the enforced laws of the United States of America -- even one which abides by the Constitution -- have put their John Hancock to the Constitution after having read and understood it?

If you read nothing else, read this: A Contract Between Americans