Our nation’s forefathers declared that the government of the United States of America was instituted to secure certain unalienable rights bestowed on us by our Creator. At the present juncture, these rights are under widespread and unrelenting attack as a consequence of the denial of God throughout society and the abandonment of public life by most Christians. To restore the fullest expression of these rights in society and in our public institutions is therefore a critical duty for all Christian citizens of our nation.
Our effectiveness in this restoration rests first and foremost on the recognition of the sovereignty of God the Creator. The concept of inalienable rights may be traced through Samual Adams, John Locke, and others, to an origin in Holy Scripture. God has created us and we are His. In Jesus Christ is life and life abundantly; He has given us true and complete freedom, and the deepest happiness flows from His salvation and His providence. Our inalienable rights, therefore, are founded upon God. Our declaration, in this year 1984 and in all years, must be positive and joyful, that through acknowledging God and observing His Word, all the people of the nation may enjoy true life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
We must proclaim these truths in the critical places of society and government where a choking of rights threatens whole portions of present and future society. The threats are severe against religious liberty, educational liberty, and family unity, and are frequently delivered by misapplication of government. All freedom–loving people must acquire an understanding of God’s divine order for society, as full as the understanding of God’s order for internal church government. Then, we may help restore the fullness of our inalienable rights according to the divine pattern, which has the blessing of God. No critical institution in our society can be ignored in this restoration.
It was said that this is our unalienable right that the government cannot take away from us. Then someone chimed in and said "the Pursuit of happiness" can be taken to the wrong way". When you are starting to alienate the others unalienable rights you are no better that the government. It can be interpret only when you are not hurting anyone. Once you do you are over stepping your boundary.
Every human being has the right to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness, as long as you are not hurting anyone. Period. Bring this asshole in our government to trial because they are selling/sold out this rights of ours without us knowing.