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Last night I watched the "third" installment of the January 6th committee ; again it showed that our law system is an total mess. Lots of references to 1878 etc. It also showed that even the transfer of "power" is not clearly "defined" about the how and when. The same problems as with the "impeachment" procedure which failed because of it.
People in 1878 did not have "computers" let alone TV or "cars" or planes or "automation" in the industry etc. So why stick to an 1776 document which was only about 20 times updated since 1776. Sorry we live in other times with lots more "crooks" and "greedy billionaires" and "indoctrination" via the media. Other countries have up to date "base laws" so you don't have to dig into the past. But the corruption and misinterpretations will stay if we stick to this outdated Constitution experiment. It could have prevented lots of disasters as well more qualified Presidents would have been elected as well competent senators and no Uvalde's or "pandemics" with economic consequences. Forget an "two" party only system; it is asking for a "miles apart" attitude and may be even create another civil war. I guess they neither had in 1878 an NRA with an zillion subscribers who determine that your super killing tools are "holy" and even 18 year olds can have them, but our outdated laws allow all this shit.
Even the Supreme Court is no longer as determined by the Constitution to be "impartial" ; it is now purely "partisan" and even the "wife" of judge Thomas (Supreme Court) joined the "insurrection" mentality.
So there is lots of clean-up required to bring the system up to date, or start with an clean slate and keep it up to date.
All the anomalies encountered today shows that the "system" is "worn out" beyond useful for "modern" times.
I give this country may be another 10 years fooling around with the old parchment and become another Nigeria; sorry it will crumble and moldy and be useless in the future. Wake up America, stop digging in the past; prepare for the future instead.