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  • Yes, this argument is sound

    12 54.55%
  • No, the argument is not sound

    7 31.82%
  • It apples to all rights.

    6 27.27%
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Thread: Is a right delayed a right denied?

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    Re: Is a right delayed a right denied?

    Quote Originally Posted by chevydriver1123 View Post
    Yea but the government has the ability to delay indefinitely.
    Give an example of when they've delayed or denied someone's rights

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    Re: Is a right delayed a right denied?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jucon View Post
    It all depends on what people think their "rights" are. There are still rights people feel they should have that lay outside the constitution.

    Or a gun owner who has to wait a grace period to buy a gun, some could apply the quote here as well.

    How is this an example of a right that lies outside the constitution?

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    Re: Is a right delayed a right denied?

    Quote Originally Posted by Goobieman View Post

    How is this an example of a right that lies outside the constitution?
    It's not...the first example was one that lies outside the constitution. I was giving an example of where someone could apply the "right delayed is a right denied" quote.

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