How do we know that the resulting laws will be fair and reasonable?
How do we know that any law will be fair and reasonable? We trust the common sense and good judgment of the American people and their elected representatives, and we have faith that the courts will act fairly. Our government is based on the consent of the governed. At this point in our history, we have proven that we the people are capable of governing ourselves quite adequately without having to resort to some supreme council to keep us on track. There is no doubt that the laws resulting from the amendment will be tested in court, and probably all the way to the Supreme Court. That's good. That's how the system works. The court will sort out the laws, apply precedent, consider the intention of the amendment, and rule justly.