I agree. Nicely said. My questions were more rhetorical than anything else.
Originally Posted by Albalida
I wouldn't consider one person's desire to murder, and the murder victim's desire to live, as a mere difference of opinion. One defining trait about a human right is that everybody has them: free speech, privacy, pursuit of happiness. If the enjoyment of your rights has to end so that mine can begin, then not only do you not have any rights anymore, but neither do I-- I have privilege, disguised as a right.