Proper spelling will get you far. It is not "Boyscouts" - you can look up the correct spelling.
The Bill of Rights is not in any way separate or distinct from the Constitution except as a part of the history of constitutional government. Separating the two implies that they are separate and distinct.
I am eager to be informed of how the laws of the United States are based on the Declaration of Independence. For all these years I apparently was under the misapprehensio that the Constitution was the foundation for all our laws.
That's as far as I got in reading your "petition". In glancing at it, it was difficult to see that you had 1) a statement of the present circumstances 2) a statement of why the present circumstance needs/ought to be changed, and 3) your proposed change. That could just be an artifact of there being no separation into paragraphs. It could also be that most folks who are concerned enough about the issue to read your "petition" don't care about style and form as much as I do.