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    Re: Water not recognized as a human right

    Quote Originally Posted by Goobieman View Post
    "Water Rights" as you posted deal with people havng the ability to access publuc water sources.

    "Water rights as a human right" implies that everyone has a basic, natural right to water, and that to deny them access to same violates said right. .
    You are contradicting yourself here. If the law denies people access to a river. stream body of water you might have an argument. As the law stands now the law does recognize people's right to access a stream, river or body of water. IOW people do have a right to water.

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    Re: Water not recognized as a human right

    Quote Originally Posted by winston53660 View Post
    You are contradicting yourself here. If the law denies people access to a river. stream body of water you might have an argument. As the law stands now the law does recognize people's right to access a stream, river or body of water. IOW people do have a right to water.
    Those are public water sources. Read what I said.
    I made the distinction between the two concepts, quite clearly, and without contradiction.

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    Re: Water not recognized as a human right

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    Re: Water not recognized as a human right

    Quote Originally Posted by Goobieman View Post
    Those are public water sources.
    Aheemmm all bodies of water are public by law, hence water right laws.

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    Re: Water not recognized as a human right

    Quote Originally Posted by winston53660 View Post
    Oh BS if it is not. Quite obviously as I proved there is a right to water the question is to what degree. So now that it is a established there is a right to water recognized by law what do you have to say?


    There is no right to water in the sense of inalienable rights.


    sorry. you tried to expand it into a common property law matter.


    answer this question:


    If one lives where there is not enough water. How does one exercise thier "right" to water?
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    Re: Water not recognized as a human right

    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend_Hellh0und View Post


    If one lives where there is not enough water. How does one exercise thier "right" to water?
    They go to the nearest body of water, DUH.

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    Re: Water not recognized as a human right

    Quote Originally Posted by winston53660 View Post
    They go to the nearest body of water, DUH.


    Lets not be obtuse.


    droughts cause crops to die, not enough water, and all sorts of issues.


    How will you force the rain gods to give you your water you have a "right" to?
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    Re: Water not recognized as a human right

    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend_Hellh0und View Post
    Lets not be obtuse.


    droughts cause crops to die, not enough water, and all sorts of issues.


    How will you force the rain gods to give you your water you have a "right" to?

    Talk about being obtuse. Pot thy name is kettle.

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    Re: Water not recognized as a human right

    Quote Originally Posted by winston53660 View Post
    Talk about being obtuse. Pot thy name is kettle.


    Seriously, tell me....


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    Re: Water not recognized as a human right

    Quote Originally Posted by winston53660 View Post
    Aheemmm all bodies of water are public by law, hence water right laws.
    No, not all.

    My pond isn't. The lake that my grandfather owned isnt.

    That, and the OTHER distinctions I made, create a clear difference in the two rights.

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