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    Minor correction: The term as originally written is, in fact, "unalienable" (which is synonymous with "inalienable"). More importantly, however, neither "unalienable" nor "inalienable" can be found anywhere in the U.S. Constitution. "Unalienable" appears in the Declaration of Independence, referring specifically to rights endowed by the "Creator," not laws. The Declaration says nothing about an individual right to bear arms. And the Declaration is not the foundation of our government in any case.

    Thanks to denial, I'm immortal. -- Philip J. Fry

    by IamGumby on Sat Jan 12, 2013 at 06:12:03 AM PST

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