The Constitution was written for a free people, but it has for many years been taken over by corporatists and collectivists. So now the utter adulturation of the Constitution is a done deal. Given mountains and mountains of nonsensical precedents, I don't see how the Constitution can possibly be expected to be restored to any original intent. To try to do so would be to do violence to too many established precedents, for which there is neither political will nor public acumen to effect wholesale correction. Language judges cannot freeze definitions accorded words by changing cultures. Under present establishment, ordinary citizens cannot ease the grip of powerful corporatists and collectivists over the interpreting, writing, and evading of precedents, laws, and regulations and the financing of dependent (puppet) political candidates. Doing so would take a strong movement, probably borne of a severe collapse and therefore quite dangerous. The only alternative would seem to be to inspire fundamental change in how group entities, corporations, collectives, and parties are allowed to do business in the extra-national buying and selling of products and political advantages.
However, if anyone actually were successful in starting such a movement, he would probably become a target to be eliminated from all quarters of established collectives. Science and technology are altering cultures and countries at a precipitous rate. Without insight meet to the times, old forms, regulations, institutions, checks, and balances will not suffice to win unfolding new battles. I can hardly think of a single established and influential institution or large business or collective that is not likely criminally corrupt through and through. Read Predator Nation to get an idea about how thoroughly corrupt nearly every person and institution of significant influence is. Simply put, there's hardly any toehold of significance remaining that has not been occupied by corrupt sell outs. I don't know the solution. Championing common sense and decency would be a good start. In any event, I'm not advocating giving up. However, to address the problem, it would help to understand its character and extent. Predator Nation is a good place to start.