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Discussion in 'Free-For-All Archives' started by Turpius, Dec 15, 2004.
We still have those ......don't we?
I don't know if we do or not, I haven't finished reading the new 3,000 page "Homeland Security Bill".
Last time I checked they were still there
That would depend largely on whether or not you are incorporated and have the amount of money required to defend yourself (bribe money) in a court of law.
You'll always have them. God gave them to you, and only He can take them away.
The question is whether the government will protect them or violate them.
Yes, we have them. That's not the problem.
The problem is that we don't always use them, and we don't always encourage others to make use of them.
Yes per Jim's explanation.
No, they are not protected. As long as the right to live is not guaranteed, there is no basis for any other right.