We all hear so much rhetoric about "RIGHTS" these days, but in order to lay claim to these rights, we must acknowledge that these rights have a source.
(name it and somebody thinks they have a "Right" to it)
All claims to "Rights" are hollow unless these rights have legitimacy. How is legitimacy bestowed upon these "Rights"? Why is it that anyone can invoke any supposed "Right" as unalienable?
The Founding Fathers of the United States understood well that "Rights" do not materialize out of thin air, but must be imposed by an authority beyond reproach.
Does the State bestow these Rights? or Gia? or God?
And if there is not a well from which any Right flows how can anyone lay claim to them? Who is to say then that any "Right" is more or less valid than any other?