Of course there's ambiguity. It's language, which is imperfect.henry quirk wrote: ↑Mon Nov 13, 2017 4:46 pm I get 'consent' but there's ambiguity there, and where there's ambiguity there's a jackass to exploit it.
I like the constitution 'as is', mostly cuz it makes for inefficent and (sometimes) ineffective government (government too busy with itself to be worryin' much about 'me').
But, if I had to draft a new one, the following works (for me)...
Mind your own business, keep your hands to yourself...or else.
There would be rules to clarify:
1) What is consent?
2) Who can give it?
3) Who can't give it?
But your short constitution is not much different than mine.