If these self-styled Constitutional scholars were actually conversant enough with the Constitution to have a legitimate opinion on its relevance, they would certainly be familiar with Article V. Article V provides two separate methods by which the people can update the Constitution should they see the need. And the people have updated it 17 times since they approved it in 1791.
(The first ten "amendments" were written into the Constitution in 1789 and were part of the Constitution as ratified by the States in 1791. In fact, they were added specifically to secure the ratification of the States.)
The Constitution is a living document. It is continually being updated and it is eternally updatable. To suggest, therefore, that the Constitution is outdated is at best ludicrous – and at worst treasonous!
Actually, of course, these people are not qualified to have a legitimate opinion on the Constitution’s currency. They are propaganda parrots, mindlessly mouthing the latest trickle down treason oozing out of Washington DC.
Washington is a Sodom of anti-Constitutional agitation, and it uses the Managed State Media to insinuate its treasonous ideas into the populace. Don’t be confused by these charlatans. They try to make you equate treason with revolt against the government. On the contrary, treason in America is revolt against the Constitution.
When I joined the Marine Corps, I took an oath to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States. I did not swear allegiance to President Truman. The Constitution precedes the government. It is the contract that creates the government. Without the Constitution the government has no legitimacy.
We have the most awe-inspiring and freedom-guaranteeing Constitution in the world. It is a wonder of republican craftsmanship – a contract between the States to create a federal entity for the purpose of providing common defense and a few mutually beneficial tasks such as interstate postal service.
The Constitution, understandably, has been and is the bane of would be tyrants like Woodrow Wilson, Frank Roosevelt, Lyndon Johnson, Bill Clinton, and Barack Obama. We must stand tall in its defense. The Constitution of the United States – not the government – defines America.