Comment: The problem I see here

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The problem I see here

is that most people do not understand law. If the people do not understand law then how are they going to understand the proper scope and application of the Constitution? If they do not understand the proper scope and application of the Constitution then how can they possibly improve something that has already been damaged by people altering the Constitution who do not understand law?

It all goes back to understanding how law itself works to really understand the Constitution's proper scope and application. If people understood the construction and application of real law then we would not be in this predicament to even discuss such a thing.

For instance, most people don't understand that the Constitution has no application to the people whatsoever nor do any derived statutory codes have any application to the people nor do they claim to. This statement seems completely ridiculous to most people who do not really understand the nature of contractual capacities and agency in Common Law.

In the end, I see no hope (from our current position) of an Amendment doing anything good for Americans at this point. Their minds have been totally scrambled with education and they think they have it all figured out. The failure in law at this point seems total.

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