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    Re: Poll: Wis. gov. has slight edge in approval rating

    Quote Originally Posted by ARealConservative View Post
    So any human can publish an article using the term rights, and that’s all it takes for you?

    Well it looks like the author is a liar, since I found an article saying he is a liar.

    What’s good for the goose….
    What is this comment? You are in a thread about Governor Walker. The entire controversy surrounding him is about collective bargaining rights. Why is this so confusing for you?

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    Re: Poll: Wis. gov. has slight edge in approval rating

    Quote Originally Posted by ThePlayDrive View Post
    None of this is true. Your attempting to define rights solely according to definition that hardly anybody in the United States accepts and that no government in the United States abides by.
    Can you tell me what rights I have beyond those enshrined in the Constitution? Do others have rights that I don't have?

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    Re: Poll: Wis. gov. has slight edge in approval rating

    Quote Originally Posted by Meathead View Post
    Can you tell me what rights I have beyond those enshrined in the Constitution? Do others have rights that I don't have?
    I can't believe you're asking this question.

    under the U.S. Constitution, states can provide their citizens with broader rights in their constitutions than under the federal Constitution, so long as those rights do not infringe on any federal constitutional rights

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    Re: Poll: Wis. gov. has slight edge in approval rating

    Quote Originally Posted by ThePlayDrive View Post
    What is this comment? You are in a thread about Governor Walker. The entire controversy surrounding him is about collective bargaining rights. Why is this so confusing for you?
    Wow progressives have it easy in regards to debate

    They first call something that isn’t a constitutional right a right. Then try to pretend this made up thing has all the power of actual government recognized rights.

    That is exactly what you are doing. Your entire defense is now based on the notion that things are worse because progressives assigned the label “right” to a power they were granted, then revoked.

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    Re: Poll: Wis. gov. has slight edge in approval rating

    Quote Originally Posted by ThePlayDrive View Post
    I can't believe you're asking this question.
    I can’t believe you think a state can create and revoke a right based on a simple majority.

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    Re: Poll: Wis. gov. has slight edge in approval rating

    QUOTE=ThePlayDrive;1060147968]I can't believe you're asking this question.[/QUOTE]

    Are you serious? Did you read he decision? Do you know what state I live in? Not a fair question under the circumstances, I understand. Still, your response is disingenuous and pretty ditzy.

    Union 'rights' are not in fact rights by any constitutional standard. Workers' rights are indeed protected by law. Therein lies the distinction.
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    Re: Poll: Wis. gov. has slight edge in approval rating

    Quote Originally Posted by ARealConservative View Post
    They first call something that isn’t a constitutional right a right.
    This is where you fail every time. Many rights exist outside of the Constitution.

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    Re: Poll: Wis. gov. has slight edge in approval rating

    Quote Originally Posted by Meathead View Post
    Are you serious? Did you read he decision? Do you know what state I live in? Not a fair question under the circumstances, I understand. Still, your response is disingenuous and pretty ditzy.

    Union 'rights' are not in fact rights by any constitutional standard. Workers' rights are indeed protected by law. Therein lies the distinction.
    Do I know what state you live in? Well, your info to the left says that you live in the Czech Republic which isn't a state...

    In any case, collective bargaining rights are the topic of conversation and those are determined by law, so your earlier attempt to pretend that rights are only located in the Constitution is stupid, to say the least.

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    Re: Poll: Wis. gov. has slight edge in approval rating

    Quote Originally Posted by ThePlayDrive View Post
    This is where you fail every time. Many rights exist outside of the Constitution.
    If it isn’t protected by rule of law, it is purely semantics.

    Progressives call some things right as a tool to effect change. That is what you are doing, nothing more.

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    Re: Poll: Wis. gov. has slight edge in approval rating

    Yup, there is a definite difference between rights assigned in the Constitution and the negotiated rights in contracts. Making a concession in a contract by no means mean the concession is for perpetuity, rather it is valid until the contract expires. There is a certain inability on the part of leftist to accept what should probably be obvious. They have no 'rights' beyond that.

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