posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 03:41 PM
reply to post by Lemon.Fresh
To suggest that we need a court to interpret the constitution to see if it guarantees us the right to bury our dead , is ludicrous .
Maybe I'm not wording all of this the right way ?
Do you feel that burying your loved ones is your right ? Yes or no , without all the double-speak .
If one of your family members die , do you feel you need to ask the court if you have the "right" to bury them ?
Bottom line is , it is either your 'right' to do so , or you do not have the 'right' to do so , and must ask permission from some entity to do so
Now , are we required to ask government if we can bury our dead ? If not , then it is only logical to assume that we have the 'right' to do so .
Pretty cut and dried , if you ask me .