Here is my proposal for a constitution. Words in brackets are words beign used until better words can be found.
We, the people of the [CSCS], define our rights and systems of government here in our constitution.
The [CSCS] recognizes the basic rights of humans being:
1. The right not to be harmed. Harm is defined as something which causes them pain, or unneccersary change to their mental or physical state.
2. The right not to be interfered with, unless it is justified by the above right.
3. The right to do anything that does not violate the rights of other people, as defined above.
The [federal] government is given the power to enforce the rights of the citizens, as laid out in the constitution, and no more. All powers not expressly granted to the [federal] government are granted to the [states], and shall be decided by direct democracy in those states.
What do you think? It requires a few modifications, but if we keep it short and concise it will be easy for the citizens to read. Once we get the constitution sorted, we can actually start doing something.