I don't see a problem with saying this or that in the Constitution is wrong and should be changed, even if one has taken an oath.
There is a greater moral danger than ideals and actions not lining up. Worse is when ideals get thrown out because we don't feel in control of our actions. For example, I don't believe government funds should pay for sidewalks. It's a worse moral danger for me to throw away that belief for the sake of consistency because I have to use sidewalks to live my life than for me to come to acknowledge the inconsistency between my ideals and actions.
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