Comment: I would advise not using websters.

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I would advise not using websters.

I do stand partially corrected - however only based upon your presumption that "privilege" means "right" - A self-evident right is granted by your Creator. The "right" you reference above is granted by "government" - which can then take that "right" away.

especially : such a right or immunity attached specifically to a position or an office

Consider: Office of UNITED[6] STATES[6] PERSON[6]

Websters is kinda like a sesame street dictionary. Please don't take offense of this fact as many others are already taking offense to another thread:
http://www.dailypaul.com/268762/us-citizens-have-no-constitu...

There is an express difference between rights and privileges. I suggest if you want to reference words in any statutes or acts that you grab a law dictionary.

Note: I'm not here at the DP to win a popularity contest. I'm trying to save your lives from being devoured by the blood sucking vampires known as "BARflies."