Comment of the Day: Why our Constitution is far from perfect
|Howard Chandler Christy's painting of the scene at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia|
But as commenter Patrick Solomon points out, there's at least one glaring reason why our country's founding document is flawed.
Here's what Solomon said:
Sure, some might excuse things like the Three-Fifths Compromise by arguing that the Constitution is inevitably a product of a very different time and place, but still -- we're skeptical of anyone who thinks anything created by creatures as imperfect as humans is capable of perfection in the first place.
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