The Constitution makes reference to the jurisdiction of the United States, not the "jurisdiction of this constitution," whatever the F Dale thinks that means.<quoted text>The Constitution is the Law of the Land, therefore it has jurisdiction over the federal government, all branches.
The jurisdiction of the United States is the power of the government of the United States to exercise its authority over its territories. That is how the term was understood by the founders and is understood by the courts and legal scholars today, Dufus Dale's fantasies notwithstanding.
Dufus Dale cannot rewrite history and redefine established legal definitions to suit his delusions.
Dufus Dale is not working with a full deck.
Sorry Dale, it is the federal government that has jurisdiction, the power to exercise federal authority over all persons and things within it's territories.
The United States of America has territory, not the Constitution. Duh!
And if the United States were to change its form of government to a pure internet-based democracy, it would still be the US government that exercises authority.
It is the branches of government which form the government that possesses jurisdiction.
In a case of Law of the Sea the question may arise "which country has jurisdiction"? For example the US or Canada. Only an idiot would say "da constitooshun!"
Dufus is not working with a full deck.