As long as you keep posting your erroneous misinterpretation of the US Constitution and its purpose, I'll keeping repeating my original remarks:
"Since I don't respect the reconstructive amendments that were FORCED onto the republic as a condition for reinstatement of the seceded states, i.e. the 13th or 14th, to the US Constitution, the Bill of Rights is solely a restriction on the actions of the FEDERAL government, not the states."
AGAIN, a state's constitution protects a state's people from STATE abuse of power which is precisely its purpose. The 4th, 5th, and 9th amendments to the US Constitution are limitations against FEDERAL abuse of power. In fact, the state constitutions were largely patterned after the federal constitution for a reason. In your twisted misinterpretation of the US Constitution, there would be little need for any state constitution whatsoever since the protections contained therein would be provided by the federal constitution. ;)
Apparently, we OBVIOUSLY need to fight another Civil War to ensure the PROPER understanding of the US Constitution.