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Reply #5: Nonetheless PA used "inalienable" and VT used "unalienable" as adjectives in identical sentences. [View All]

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jody Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Dec-06-07 01:10 PM
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5. Nonetheless PA used "inalienable" and VT used "unalienable" as adjectives in identical sentences.
Both PA and VT meant the right in question could not be given away by a citizen and government did not have the authority to take away that right.

Of course we know governments do have the power to take away a natural right but that's not authority.

It's up to We the People to make certain government does not illegally use its power to take away natural, inalienable/unalienable rights.
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