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Former 2012 Libertarian Presidential Candidate
Libertarian Activist

R. Lee Wrights

Presidential Candidate R. Lee Wrights

Wrights position on Civil Liberties

R. Lee Wrights, as is the Libertarian stance, supports no limit to individual rights and the protection of personal freedoms.

Wrights said that President Obama has not only failed to reverse the curtailment of our civil liberties begun under Bush, he’s actually shred the Bill of Rights even more. “Not only has he claimed the immoral authority to murder American citizens overseas without indictment or trial, he’s also used the screen of ‘state secrets’ to prevent his targets or their families from challenging him in court. - Brian Irving, Oct 27, 2010.
The simple, basic truth is that all rights belong to the individual. You are born with your rights and no power on earth can take them away from you. You cannot give your rights away. They end only when you die, and not a split-second sooner. Individual rights cannot be divided or multiplied; and, individual rights are superior to any other claimed rights.

Individual rights mean you can adopt whatever culture you want and live any lifestyle you choose to live. We have the individual right to worship or not worship whatever god we want without interference from anyone else, so long as we do not interfere with the rights of other individuals to do the same. It is the fundamental and universal concept recognized by our nation's Founders. As a result of this recognition, the superiority of individual rights became the foundation of the United States government.- R. Lee Wrights, June 12, 2011.

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