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Jake1946 March 19th, 2015 6:31pm

Should U.S. citizens have to give up certain rights in times of war?

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stageman99 State of Jefferson.
03/20/15 4:52 pm

Actually have to pay for war.

i.e. During WWII, bonds were sold to pay for materiel. No bonds purchased, no war.

bringstheeagle Colorado
03/20/15 4:18 pm

Yes such as rationing of certain products and directing them to The war zone as an example rationing fuel or setting curfews for lights out at a particular time. Citizens must sometimes sacrifice for the war effort.

ezh2o Texas Hill Country
03/21/15 7:42 am

not sure you're examples are rights, more like privileges.

MrLucchese If curious, ask.
03/20/15 4:56 am

Nope. If they're actually rights, they cannot be infringed upon, or else they are simply privileges.

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TierasPet
03/19/15 5:48 pm

No. We are always at war.

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berniefreex44 Elsmere, KY
03/19/15 11:39 am

I say no. However, if the government has probably cause to infringe on a citizen's rights, the government should do so. Otherwise, citizens should always have access to their rights.

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berniefreex44 Elsmere, KY
03/19/15 11:39 am

Probable **** 😅