What does the Constitution say about the Internet? What does it say about nuclear warheads? What does it say about cryogenics?
By your definition, we would need to amend the Constitution with every shift instead of interpreting the current circumstances within the framework given to us by our forefathers.
It's like Biblical literalists who don't cast their wives outside the city walls during that time of the month or wear mixed threads; BUT will complain about other Old Testament sins in others.
Either you accept that things have changed and the document serves as a framework for life - OR you follow the word strictly. Hope you didn't shave this morning and have shrimp for dinner. Otherwise you're going to hell, buddy. But, you can ride your nuclear missile a la DR. STRANGELOVE on your way there, since you could simply purchase your own at Wal-Mart.