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Guys and dolls, notice the theme of this post: nature, what is natural: natural rights.

The human derives his rights from no man or a creation of his. He derives his rights from his being alive (as opposed to being born) or, as some people say, from a or the high being.

The U.S. Constitution issues nothing, just as any other government document does, and because of it the federal government cannot remove your rights. It's imperative each of us comprehends and spreads accuracy on this matter.

The U.S. Constitution is the protector of rights, protector in that it limits the centrality nationally in what it can do. The process is protection through limitation, through defense (or reaction), if you will. This process should be emulated on the remaining government levels, the state and local levels. So, any government document, the U.S. Constitution or otherwise, gives -- and removes -- NO rights, but it can, and should, protect/defend them. Your rights? Life, liberty and (the pursuit of) happiness.

If we can spread this education, DPers, we're talkin' good times are ahead. For everyone.

wolfe, fine post.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton F. Dutton