When it comes to rights I think people should have, my philosophy is deeply rooted in the idea that "my right to swing my fist ends at your nose." Even if by swinging my fist I end up hurting myself (but nobody else). Government's proper role is to preserve our rights, and only place limits on our actions if those actions would infringe on the rights of someone else. Murder and theft infringe upon the rights of others, but using drugs/alcohol and then watching TV for the next 8 hours does not.
In my view, there is no effective difference between enumerated and unenumerated rights. We have just as much of a right to go hang gliding as we do to keep and bear arms, even though there is no right to go hang gliding mentioned in the Constitution. That's because the Bill of Rights is not supposed to infer a limit on the infinite number of other rights that are not mentioned. So, every right that is not limited by Constitutionally-compliant law(s) is an inherent right retained by the People. To come along and pass (or support) an Unconstitutional law prohibiting one of these implicitly protected rights, while at the same time supporting the right to own guns because that right is explicitly protected in the Constitution, is hypocritical to me. It doesn't matter that guns and drugs are so different, it's all about the proper role of government.