posted on Apr, 19 2012 @ 12:44 PM
reply to post by JohnPhoenix
All rights are a responsibility. Everyone has the right to life and they have a responsibility towards that life. Everyone has the right to speech
and they have a responsibility towards that right. Everyone has the right to keep and bear arms and they have a responsibility towards that right.
Everyone has the right to have children, and they have a responsibility towards that right.
You keep equating children with cars as if you're not getting that most are rejecting the lame analogy. Children are not cars, nor are they
property, and you would think one proselytizing the responsibilities of children wouldn't need that explained to them.
You have no lawful authority what-so-ever to declare who has what rights. It is not up to you or anyone else to determine what is not a right.
Further, you keep alluding to welfare as if you approve of the government program and do so in order to declare some bogus authority determining who
can and who cannot have children. Again, you have no lawful authority to tell other people they can or cannot have children. Attempt to prevent a
homeless person from having a child and that action would be criminal.
You like to yammer on in thread after thread, post after post, what is wrong with this country, but you can't seem to make up your mind. In this most
recent post it is all the people you disapprove of having children that is the problem, but post after post, what I see is someone who endeavors to
dismiss the unalienable rights of other people, and frankly that's what is wrong with this country, not all the homeless people having children, but
the children who've determined that they do not have to respect the rights of others and they clearly believe they're the center of the universe.
Your whimsical nature is not a foundation for logic and reason, and law is law regardless of the time or circumstances. All law is rooted in the
unalienable rights of individuals and these laws do not need your agreement in order to be law.
Tragically, in this day and age "common sense" is for the common who lack sense. It is common that common sense has become another word for
mindless knee jerk emotions. If it were common sense you spoke to, you would not have dismissed the rights of others so easily, at least not without
understanding that the very same eraser that erases other people's rights erases your own. Fortunately, and common sense will tell you so,
unalienable rights cannot be erased.