> After all, I
>think *everyone* would agree that there exists an inalienable right to
Really?? What sort of right is it supposed to be? Is it a restriction on
legislative power? Is it a claim right against everyone for the minimum
means of life? Or what?
I realise you're not actually arguing for any of these things.
> Not too long ago one Timothy McVeigh had his right to life, well,
Quite so. His execution was justified by law (which does not necessarily
mean that I approve of such laws, just that it was, in fact, the law).
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