Of course it doesn't. The period of time that the bible encompasses was a time of kings and emperors. At the time that the Constitution was created monarchy was the chief form of government. The Constitution was, at its creation, a unique form of government. To think that a constitutional form of government would be described in a 2000 year old bible is ludicrous.
Nothing listed in the Bill of Rights could be squared with the Bible, either. There is no "Freedom of Religion or Speech" in the Bible. Indeed, much of the OT preaches against such concepts.
Again, you're taking a unique form of government (an 18th century form of government) and trying to apply it to the first century. That's apples and oranges.
Methinks you really didn't put a lot of effort into your response, but simply reacted in a knee-jerk fashion.
Methinks you haven't done your homework. Read about the 56 men who risked their lives when they signed that declaration to be independent of King George, and think about why the first "right" in the Bill of Rights is the "free exercise of religion".
These were religious men who took their religion seriously, and had a firm belief that the Ten Commandments was the basis of natural law. These men built a constitutional government on the concept of men being equally endowed by their "Creator" with unalienable rights.
So, before you go through the Bible looking for rights, freedoms, and constitutional governments remember that the men who wrote, signed, and died for our Constitution, used their Christian faith to build a unique form of government that bibical peoples never knew. No other faith in the world has inspired such a document as ours.
Your the one who claimed the Constitution is based on the Bible.