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Many seem to believe that simply because we disagree with laws that they somehow are unconstitutional. Others seem to believe that laws are enacted through consensus. Most seem to believe that the constitution should be interpreted by "morality" and not through uniformity.
I don't like certain demographics but accept due process and equal protection (for what it worth). I'm still not compelled to accept any demographic. Laws were created to restrict one and expand another. Somebody loses. There is no right or wrong answer....... there's just outcomes. You may actually believe that you have rights. Who grants these rights???? Who enforces your "right against unreasonable search and seizure"???? Who grants you the right to anything???
I see a lot of text book answers, popular responses,,,,,,, that may get u elected class president or voted most popular. There are many who believe that the preamble to the constitution is included in the constitution. Your rights are granted through the opinion of nine people....and then must be extended to you (interpreted) by another nine (en banc) people .......under the nine people who initially granted them.
What you or I believe has no effect on the law. The law is never argued on a personal level........Most of you argue your position on a personal platform.