When Supreme Court Justice Neil M. Gorsuch and others speak about originalism or textualism, remember that the Constitution was written by white, rich, Christian men. Many were racists and slave owners. There were no women, no black people, no members of other religious groups, and no poor or working-class people. Mr. Gorsuch and the other court conservatives, all of whom are rich Christian men, consistently vote for the white, rich and Christian population and against those who are not white, not rich and not Christian. As someone wrote recently, the 5-to-4 decisions and overturning of precedent by the Republicans on the bench almost always benefit the white, rich, Christian population. The genius of the Constitution was not in the parts (text), but that the whole was so much greater than the parts. We should not look to what James Madison or Alexander Hamilton wrote in the 18th century, still mired in racism and colonial thinking, but what they would likely write in the 21st century, living in a multicultural, multiethnic, multireligious country. To be a document for all time, it must be read and appreciated in the context of all generations and to the benefit of all people.