...A constitution is in essence a promise. It is designed to make the future orderly and just. It is a contract between generations. A constitution cannot work if its definitions and wordings are not clear and intelligible, if they keep changing. Words refer to definite things and ideas. But their original intelligibility is what binds.
That's not a compliment, Justice Roberts.
Ultimately, the American people must declare whether the Constitution is or is not subject to natural law. If not, then Hobbesinaism is the future.