So, because the Constitution has become too complex for many of us to decipher -- and thus irrelevant -- it's time to boil the whole thing down to its troglodytic and/or graceful basics and engage P.J. O'Rourke's rules of governance in a free society:
1) "Mind your own business."
2) "Keep your hands to yourself."
If the public believes in the spirit of the founding and politicians are committed to the resurrection of the Constitution, those rules are a good guide when looking at new legislation. No need for gimmicks.
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