You're a shill or you're retarded.
Checking awesome double 88's one post after the other.
This user is right. The constitution hasn't actually protected you from subversion and loss of National identity over time. It's susceptible to (((evolving))) interpretations that push the overton window ever leftwards, until the great nation founded by your European fathers is full of cucks, traitors and enemies who happily, overtly and proudly rail against everything America once stood for. The constitution has strengths and weaknesses but it was always doomed to fail eventually because democracy just doesn't fucking work.
You're just reducing everyone to a number- with no regard for merit, right to change the course of the country, experience, intelligence, anything. Not only is government by committee slow, inefficient and indecisive, eventually divides widen into two parties that vehemently hate each other and things fall apart, as we are possibly seeing now unless Trump can go full Caesar.
A dictatorship works but what you really need is a King. I might make a thread on why Trump should literally be made King of America if/when things go to shit, or before. Note the difference between King and dictator is that "King" derives from "Kin" and "Kind"; inherently he has a people, a wider family; the nation does not belong to him- he belongs to the nation.
Someone as rich and as powerful as a King of America would only have the incentives to make the country great, raise living standards and wealth equality, protect his people and serve its interests in foreign policy. The only solution to corruption is to make the King all-powerful and impressively wealthy; all incentives to subvert the population then dissipate. I.e what more wealth does Trump really want, and would he bother prioritizing that at risk of revolt?
Kings failed in the past because they had to face a lot more problems- disease, serious foreign threats, lack of infrastructure, lack of communication channels, lack of information, no economic expertise to base policy decisions on. It made it too hard to keep the population happy and raise living standards at the same time as fending off invading armies. Thus they got revolted out of power at least.
However, an American king would not have such problems. People already have an incredible standard of living compared to almost all of human history, it's hard to be envious of a Monarch when a) they're one of your people and doing good for your country and b) you live in relative comfort and wealth yourself. We can see this from the lack of armed revolutions in the West in decades, people are just too comfy/secure to care that much. We all know how much Trump is loved by his supporters already, I mean the God-Emperor meme was organic.
But the most important thing about Kingship is the line. You mentioned the trouble with time, is that it decays everything we build, and power and ideas dissipate. Subversion of your ideology is impossible to defend against with a constitution, no matter how watertight and objectively good it is; centuries later people forget WHY we have certain rules and leftism/communism/liberalism rises again (see Greece and Rome; they degenerated in exactly the same pattern as the west has today).
A LINE OF KINGS keeps a) the core people of the Nation (the wider "family") united around one Royal family and b) the teachings, morals, lessons of the past alive a lot longer, handed down father to son.
Let's imagine Trump is made King of America, and it's ordained that Barron will succeed him in 20 years or so when Donald dies. For 20 years, that young man will know that one day he has to shoulder the huge responsibility of leading his nation. He will be honoured, supported and loved by his people as a Prince, and receive the ultimate education in statecraft, politics, economics, business, military strategy, public relations, history, everything, from the most experienced tutors in the world and of course his own grandfather. Do you think that, on the day King Donald dies/secedes, there would be any more qualified, capable and trustworthy individual on Earth to take the reins than Barron? Corruption is stopped again by the immense sense of duty for his people that would have been instilled in him, and the fact that he'd be materially content. His son or grandson is raised in the same way, and the line of Kings extends, each generation drawing on the wisdom and prestige of their fathers. If done right, the love of the people for their Kings and Princes grows as living standards and American power grow. This is a strange time in history indeed: a chance for a line of Germanic Kings to rise again, the way they were meant to be before modern Royal families corrupted the image of Monarchy.