He was such a stupid get

Since Justice Thomas started it with his, "Diverse and Always Evolving Needs of Society Clause" line, how would the Constitution have to read so that some of the decisions which sincere limited government types (which has to have a close to a non-existent overlap with members of the modern Republican party) object to would be clearly correct as Constitutional law. For instance, how would one make the position and powers of the regulatory agencies which currently exist obviously constitutional without saying, "All three branches of government, especially Congress, can delegate any or all of their power to anyone for any reason." How does one craft a commerce clause which does limit Congress's power but makes Raich correct? How's the 8th Amendment going to read? I'd provide part of an answer to part of this question, but I've been drinking. Will, I'm so looking at you on this topic.