US Constitution

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the constitution written at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia in 1787 and subsequently ratified by the original thirteen states

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Ian Halperin, author of the Arnold Schwarzenegger biography "The Governator" is lying in bed for two days straight without eating in hopes of launching a campaign to change the US Constitution and enable the California Governor to run for President.
The US Constitution says that only people born in the United States can become president.
He truly believes that the US Constitution should be changed so that immigrants like himself can have every opportunity to succeed to the best of their ability.
The Antifederalists opposed the US Constitution because they felt state governments should hold more power: their campaign against the Constitution failed, but they succeeded in making the Bill of Rights a strong part of the document.
But the very first category listed in the document -- and, presumably, the single greatest danger -- was "Right Wing Extremists," specifically "'defenders' of US Constitution against federal government and the UN (Super Patriots).