Does the interpretation of the Constitution change with current social, cultural, or political winds OR should it be interpreted exactly as the framers had written it? Many key policy decisions would be directly challenged depending on which side of the debate the answer finally lands. What are your thoughts on the topic?
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"we would still be driving chariots or riding horses and living in tents"
or even better
"very necessary ones passed concerning the internet and other electronic media"
The constitution was meant to limit the law, not be rewritten
It is astounding how we can understand the Constitution while some of our elected officials do not have a clue.
Here is Senator Diane Feinstein on the Constitution...as a living document...
Where exactly is that stone located? :)
The first, inscribed by God, (Exodus 31:18) were smashed by Moses when he was enraged by the sight of the Children of Israel worshipping a golden calf (Exodus 32:19) and the second was later cut by Moses and rewritten by God. (Exodus 34:1)
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