Constitutional interpretation is dangerous to Liberty and will be our country's undoing if we are not careful.
That's why we have SOCTUS justices and other lawyers and judgesthat spend a lifetime trying to understand this "simple" document.
The document is only "simple" when looked at with an agenda -you "simply" read it to mean what you want it to mean. When trying to look at it objectively and as it was intended, things get much less "simple" very quickly.
The problem with your small-minded, biased approach is that you don't seem to realize that not a statement has been uttered since speech has existed that isn't open to, and requiring, interpretation. Every statement, spoken or written, is interpreted by the person absorbing it. Put fifty people in a room and read them a single sentence. You'll have fifty different, slightly varied interpretations of that sentence. This holdstrue of all the senses. There is nothing "simple" in this world. If anything evercomesacross as"simple" to you, your head isn'tpulled far enoughout of your ass.
All-in-all, you're full of @#$% and your rant is worthless.
Let me ask you something, since you seem to know all about the constitution... have you ever studied it in an achedemic setting? What is your "simple" assertion based on? Where does your vast knowledge of the constitution come from? It sounds to me like you're the obese guy on the sidelines yelling the QB for sucking because "football is easy." Or the kid that's never been behind the wheel in his life saying racing looks easy. Everythingappears simple when you're ignorant of it.