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Old 10-01-2012, 14:22   #1
Dragoon44
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Things I learned on the internet Part 3

Anything you don't like is a violation of your constitutional rights.

Not having your feelings butt hurt is a constitutional right. (And should be compensable in 7 figure sums.)

It's a violation of your rights if a police officer is not nice to you and tells you anything you don't want to hear.

The people that screech the loudest about "Rights" and "Liberty" are the ones screeching the loudest to silence other peoples opinions.

Among the "super patriots" "Rights" is a code word for "What I want".

The ones preoccupied with "Rights" mean THEIR rights which more often than not are the product of their own private interpretations of the Constitution with no basis in established case law or SCOTUS opinions.
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