If you were to make changes to the United States Constitution what changes would you make?
Examples: Changes in the lettering and spelling of words, addition or correction of amendments, barring particular laws from taking root in the United States, ad inifinitum.
Actually, I think the Constitution is very well written and easy to understand. If I were to make any changes, it would be that "No one, whether President, Congress, Senate, Supreme Justice, can make any changes whatsoever without the express vote and consent of every legal United States citizen -- and those that manipulate and make their own laws to suit their own personal interests or beliefs are to be tried for treason."
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