Should we support our troops by repealing the Third Amendment?

"No Soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the Owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law."

Do we really need to demoralise our troops with this archaic Constitutional amendment? Opinions please.
Update: While I expected vitriol, I wasn't exactly expecting to be taken so seriously. My point is that we talk about every other article in the Bill of Rights, but this one never comes up. It would be interesting to find out how many people actually know what it says. Another point that I bring up is what does it... show more While I expected vitriol, I wasn't exactly expecting to be taken so seriously. My point is that we talk about every other article in the Bill of Rights, but this one never comes up. It would be interesting to find out how many people actually know what it says.

Another point that I bring up is what does it mean to support our troops? It seems to be an empty phrase these days as it requires no action. I thought that I'd spice up that concept with this question.

By the way, I know the context, I'm not THAT stupid, and I don't appreciate being insulted (like a couple of answers did). Of course the idea of repeal is absurd. Why bother going through the trouble? I just simply think that if the amendment didn't existed, it wouldn't be as useful as it was over 200 years ago. Too much bad PR.

I do appreciate the non-insulting answers, despite the tone. Thanks for the opinions.
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