I didn't read that right
If you could choose one amendment of the constitution to keep, which one would it be?
Shotte: "An interesting question! Yet: I'm sorry, but I'm honestly not that well-versed in American law, even as something as basic as the amendments. I do, however, know that while almost all of them are created satisfy basic needs and create basic protection in the law - all of them can also be abused quite easily. It's a sad thing, but inevitable. For instance, one I do know of is the Fifth. It can be used by individuals to defend themselves from the system - noble and necessary - but can also be used by groups or even individuals to hide the truth on 'legal' pretentions."
"In the end of the day, like all laws, they all have their upsides and their flaws. That's how the law works. I'm nowhere near smart or scholarly enough to pass judgement on the fundamentals of the law - but if there is an amendment that exists solely to shield everyone from harm, persecution, and poverty - demanding they be treated equally not just in a court of law but in general - I would select that."
Cole: "...Wow. What a heap load of boring bull from Shotte. Now you're done listening to him embarrassingly run his mouth off, here's the truth from the REAL man here: I don't know jack about America, nor do I really care!"
"All I know is, when I inevitably establish the International Cole Empire, and the BCDD (Brandon Cole Despot Dictatorship) - all amendments, all individual rights, shall be trashed! Bow to me! Hahaha! Hahaha! Haha-*cough cough cough*..."