What is so special about the constitution?
Whenever somebody does not like the way our current government is running things, they say that it is not the way the founding fathers wanted it. So what? I find it particularly odd when so called anarchists or minarchists do this (I am an anarchist), because the founding fathers were still politicians.
Why do I never hear "the founding fathers had slaves, it is unjust that there is no more slavery".
Didn't the founding fathers escape England because they didn't like the way THEIR founding fathers were behaving?
Quoting the constitution is a weak argument. Even though I don't like the way the government is run, saying "Well some guys 300+ years ago didn't want this" isn't even close to relevant.
Our founding fathers also rode horses...should we ride horses?
Why are we praising them anyway? They did a better job than currently...that leads to the "x is better than y so I choose x" thinking which is why we have a two party system right now anyway.
So either you don't like government so you like neither, or you do like government so you should support change...I see no room for this line of thinking in any mindframe.