It's a funny list, given there's fretting over a "dictatorship loophole", which no one is sure how it would work, other than maybe the shocker that constitutional amendments can amend the whole of the constitution and thus can do any dictatorial thing, including change how the Constitution is amended...
Fretting over Texas being able to split up, that the President can devolve his powers to the VP, and that people can still be put into slavery and bondage if it's "punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted." Which given the vast, vast number of people incarcerated in the US, shouldn't be a surprise.
But the one that tickled my fancy was the "The Constitution Could Make Us All Pirates". That is freaking out about the Letters of Marque part. (As a side note, it's a bit funny as some Cracked writers would go all fanboy about pirate hunting).
Which goes to what made me amused. See this is Adam Wears' work. Right, the same guy who is stating in this article that the Founders Intended to be able to give average citizens the power to hunt pirates, with actual warships, thinks the Founders never wanted average citizens to have firearms. And thinks this to the level that it was NRA insanity that got the idea of an individual right tricking the courts.