During the dinner of the first night of the conference, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos got up to answer a question from John Doerr of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. Doerr asked Bezos what it takes to create an Internet treasure. Doerr rattled off a few answers as to what it took for Amazon to succeed.
At the end of the video, Bezos asked Doerr and Dean Kamen to announced two amendments to the Constitution he'd like to make. They didn't answer publicly, but later, holding court with Dean Kamen, John Doerr, and a few other Techonomists, Bezos said that if he had the power, the amendment he'd like to make is the following:
Every year, 10 percent of the Senate would have to leave the Senate and they could never run for office again.