This graphic is making its way around social media, particularly Facebook. As detailed in this book - it is important to understand the difference between rights (for all) and privileges (not for all)...
Actually all persons in the US, regardless of status, have these rights. Our Founding Fathers believed these rights to be unalienable sacred birthrights - and I agree. Rights are for all, privileges - granted by government - are intended to be for citizens and, as provided for, to legal residents. I believe every person in the world should have these basic human rights. Too bad the rest of the world doesn't see it this way.
Although the Constitution or Bill of Rights do not explicitly state this, the documents and writings of the Founding Fathers, Magna Carta and Declaration of Independence to. These, and other documents, are what our courts - particularly the US Supreme Court - review. Rights are for all people, privileges are not. Remember our Constitution derives from the purpose of the Declaration of Independence and to protect it. Moreover, the Bill of Rights were fought for by the Anti-Federalists because of the Declaration of Independence.
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