1. The Founding Fathers weren't infallible. But rather, we understand this country was formed through not just consensus but also compromise. The Founding Fathers find the idea of a man been 3/5 distasteful? Perhaps. But the southern states would probably prefer a man of certain color would count as a full person in relations to representation but gave him no agency while northern states would claim that all man were created equal but deny that man to be 1/1 of a person. The compromise? 3/5.But why do so many of us seemingly espouse the idea that the founding fathers were somehow infallible?
Why don't you save your grand speech when you have the podium? Don't project your childish theory on to me.It’s as if the early United States was a holy, pure garden of eden; that the constitution was created by god himself, that it’s a objectively perfect document. That any further deviation from what these guys had planned is automatically bad/evil/negative/corrupt.
Hum. So what is this 'open minded' idea you have?It seems like religious dogma to want to hold on so tightly to what the “founding fathers thought was right,” at the expense of critical thinking and being open minded.
Would you reduce the interest of the inner states to nothing? Because we both know FULL WELL that the population will always favor one party over the other.