Comment: No they don't mean the exact same thing..

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No they don't mean the exact same thing..

Check out vince's post on why. You're looking at today's definition.. Yesteryear's definition makes a slight but very important distinction between the two.

Here's another take on it.

Edit: This is the final draft, the one everyone signed.

It says "unalienable".. Why do you think so many politicians use inalienable instead of what our history shows. In my opinion, they have an understanding of the difference. Gingrat is very fond of it's use. It boils my blood every time I hear that scheming fat fuck use "inalienable"...

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