Why do we care what the "founding fathers" thought or planned? Sure, they were wise many and had a plan but they were just men. They were in a place and a time to build something grand and did what they could. They had vision and understood people and tried to think beyond those who came before them. It is right that we consider what they had in mind and consider what wisdom they wrote down to share. But their arguments are not he final arguments. Can't we look further to the future? We can choose were we go next. Things mean what we decide they mean.
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