I see no viable justification for the laws not being specific.
Why should we leave it up to interpretation (which means potential for abuse)?
They could VERY EASILY have written it with specific intentions. They left it vague intentionally and that is what I have a problem with.
There is no reason to leave any room for abuse. NONE.
You can have your laws and still allow for protection of freedom under the constitution.
If you aren't a citizen of the United States of America I don't care what our government does to you. I don't care if they torture you. I don't care if they take everything you have.
BUT, if you ARE a citizen, I don't care if you blow up half of Oklahoma. You should still have the right to due process. If you are guilty, do you deserve it? NO, but if you did do it, due process wil not save you. BUT IF YOU'RE INNOCENT and due process is not there, you are screwed.
THAT is why we have that protection and THAT is why it should not go and THAT is why it is written in the constitution.