The danger of equating “rights” with “needs”

90 Miles has a great example

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There is no Bill of Needs in the Constitution. There is a Bill of Rights. The single greatest founding principle of America is this. Our rights come from the Creator. they are natural rights. The government can neither give nor take these rights because these rights are as much a part of us as our hearts and minds are. Liberals love to talk of needs, telling us what we need, or do not need. How much we need how often we need to use our rights, and that our rights must be tempered by need. That is not an American ideal, that ideal comes from Marx, and should be rejected at all costs.

The proper response to anyone that seeks to equate your rights, and what they think you need is this

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One thought on “The danger of equating “rights” with “needs”

  1. As Wirecutter would say, “FUCK THE FEDS!”

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