Social issues are the key? Show me where the founders advocate as such? The founders deliberately stayed away from personal and social issues, including an official religion, understanding that a government with the authority to grant such powers would have the authority to take them away. The Founding Fathers did realize that a social issue is not something you build or in our case rebuild a country on. Until we all get that through our heads, we will doom the conservative cause.
So, in comes the argument that we are confronted with social issues that the Founders could not have imagined. True, and they were confronted with some that are beyond our comprehension (ie slavery). If we accept that argument, then we have to conclude that the founding documents of the Constitution and Declaration of Independence have to evolve over time - and liberals would thank you for that thinking.
Right. So you blame us Socons for 200 years of rule and power in America. And as a result of us having the majority voice in rulings, in laws, in all areas of the government, we now are to blame for that power that has been taken away from us and handed over to the liberals?
Look. Understand first that the Constitution is a moral document. See the John Adams quote if you want. And any attempt to demoralize the Constitition is an assault on it and will result in the mess we have now.