On 3/21/2017, 10:32:59 AM, Wolf K. <wolfmac@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 2017-03-21 09:58, Disaster Master wrote:
>> That isn't a right, it is a power, there is a bug difference.
> The Constitution says otherwise, since everything it names is a right.
Article I (Article 1 - Legislative)
All legislative _*Powers*_ herein granted shall be vested in a Congress
of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of
1: The Congress shall have Power To
followed by a list of 18 specific delegated POWERS.
So, now you can say you were just baiting me, and were engaging in some
other ridiculous pre-post-hypnotic-suggestive style of debate, rather
than you were just wrong and/or outright lied.
> Implementation of a right requires law (hence the reference to "due
No, it doesn't. Rights are not 'implemented', they are exercised.
The exercise of Rights does sometimes require a bit of fortitude and
balls, especially in a society that is well on its way to becoming a
full fledged police state.
Privileges, on the other hand, like the privilege of receiving welfare,
does require implementation via laws.
> No, I don't like them at all (we have similar laws in Canada). But
> unlike you, I accept that government, flawed and messy and inefficient
> as it is, is better than no government.
Well, that kind of depends now doesn't it? I don't think the Jews felt
that way under Hitlers regime.
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