[sfbarentersfed] Housing as a right?


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To be exact, one may have such a right, but as a practical matter be unable to exercise it.

Robert R. Tillman
RRT Partners LLC
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That's what I understood Robert to mean. But this is an area I did cover in my original post:

(Note that natural rights only apply to the extent that one has the means to exercise them – e.g. while you have the right to self-defense, you do not have a right to a firearm; you have the right to walk, but this right may be moot in practice if you are paralyzed. We even [have] the right to fly, lift thousands of pounds, project our voices over great distances, and do other superhuman things, if we can manage them!

Love & Liberty,
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