Journal Times letter writer Sherry Trentadue-Forman pointed out that the United States Constitution hasn't "done a damn thing to eliminate the problem of looney toons with weapons." Or pens, but I digress.
Now that I think about it, the Constitution has been a major disappointment. The Constitution has done nothing, absolutely nothing, to ensure for me a lucrative career in the NBA. I even have trouble getting into a pick up game at the Y, thanks to that useless historical artifact.
Is there still hunger and poverty? Wars? You bet. In fact, some of the most horrific wars in history occurred after the US Constitution was written. Did the Constitution even bother to lift a finger?
Our economy is teetering on the edge, Muslim terrorists want to blow us up, the temperature on earth changes daily, and I still have a wart on my right hand. And what is our Constitution doing about these pressing issues? Nothing!