It's a shame that you need such simple things pointed out to you.
I am already fully aware of the facts. There is no need to point anything out to me.
Framers is plural.
Monroe was not a delegate to the constitutional convention.
Of course. He was an Anti-Federalist.
Which leaves you with Madison.
I claim Monroe too. Even though he was an Anti-Federalist, he was still one of our founding leaders. He had the same anti-tyranny hopes for the militia that the Federalists had, and I doubt he was impressed by the performance of the militia in the War of 1812.
The single example you provide is the president, who, while influential, cannot legislate. Presidents propose, Congress disposes.
Just that one example would be more than enough.
You have utterly failed to support your silly claim about the framers' response to the performance of the militia in the War of 1812.
Nothing silly about pointing out facts.
And I did in fact provide a couple links showing the dissatisfaction that people had had with the performance of the militia.
Like the great majority of what you allege to be historical fact, it was not fact at all.
No, as always, my facts were all in order.