My insistence for rights being innate comes in a very similar form. In that the arbitrariness of rights means that they can be redefined, and defining rights on possible outcome means those with the guns makes the rights. As government holds monopoly of force these days, that makes them decider of rights. And thus if they declare a right non-existent, the right no longer exists. The absolute nature of rights puts all power and sovereignty in the hands of the People. The People absolutely have these certain rights, the government is made in part to protect and proliferate the exercise of these rights. Any act against the rights on part of the government is unjust. If the government trends to grievously against our rights for too long, it is the right and duty of the People to install a new government. All power is vested in the People, the People give some of their power and sovereignty to the State to allow it to operate in the manner mandated by the People. The rhetoric in these cases I believe to be very powerful as you are asserting what is the base of all power and authority. IMO, arbitrary "rights" (which are then technically only privilege) allows the government to usurp the base of power.