The Constitution (might be a s/o I don't know) Edited-I made my point bigger
Alright, I have been seeing some things on here that have really bothered me. I spent a good percentage of my adult life studying the Constitution in a variety of settings. I have also taught the Constitution in a formal setting both as a teacher and a tutor. I have been noticing that people have been saying that we should not change the Constitutions and the first they they mention and defend is the Bill of Rights. I do hope that the people who are saying that we cannot change the Constitution realize that the Bill of Rights were not written into the original Constitution and that we in fact did change it to express the rights held in the Bill of Rights. I do hope that they also know the other Amendments are also changes made to the Constitution, that the Constitution is not concrete and can in fact be changed. You can learn more about it here http://www.usconstitution.net/constam.html and you can also read the seemingly ignored 17 Amendments here http://www.archives.gov/exhibits/charters/constitution_amendments_11-27.html they are just as important as your Bill of Rights.
My point is that the Constitution that everyone is saying shouldn't be changed has already been changed 27 times. Nothing more nothing less, just that the Constitution has changed 27 times.
Hi! again....Just so we are all clear...LIVING DOCUMENT...the Constitution is one!