Meet Sawyer. He's in kindergarten. He lives in Texas.
Meet Senator Mike Lee. He's a lawyer (but a nice one). He lives in Utah and Washington, D.C.
Can a nice lawyer explain the U.S. Constitution to a kindergartener? Those are big ideas, but they're simple, too. Maybe too simple.
Politicians often make laws in the Constitution seem way more complicated than they are. That's what causes problems --- when lawyers, politicians and the government try to muck things up instead of keeping them simple and pure.
Sawyer gets it. Why can't they?