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Old 12-09-2012, 11:15   #92
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Originally Posted by Ruble Noon View Post
That's the point, they shouldn't be. When you start accepting limits and restrictions on your rights where do you draw the line?
So my rights have no limits? What about when they clash with your rights, that tends to happen in a country of 360,000,000 sometimes. What then, fight to the death and winner has their rights?

Rights are not absolute when they conflict with the rights of others, they can't be in a civilized society.

Where do we draw the line? That is where the founders put processes in place to determine that. From the legislative and judicial branches is where, thought the people who elect them.
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