At least not specifically. You have a right to your life, liberty, and property and to do with them as you please, regardless of what anyone else thinks, as long as you don't harm anyone else. That is many rights.
As discussed below neither "constitutional guarantees," nor "constitutional rights," is a good description. The Constitution protects rights, it does not guarantee rights, nor grant them, so if you want to describe how the Constitution applies to rights, it would be "constitutional protections," or "protected by law."
I was just trying to simplify it, you don't have to say, "that's my constitutionally protected right," you can really just say, "that's my right."
Ron Paul's Convention Speech
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