Yet there are numerous cases where I can point to a lawbreaker, and you’ll side with them over the law.
Being illegal, isn’t where the discussion ends. The law itself has to meet a standard. The Founders themselves advocated this, their Rebellion was about there being a higher standard law must answer to.
These are categorically different things.
Murder is aggression against someone; immigration is a matter of people living everyday lives.
There’s nothing inherently grotesque or evil about the latter, it’s a matter of compliance, in the same league as to how well labor hours at a business are recorded, or if your ladders have an OSHA sticker.
Your position is that rights find their origin from Government; I disagree.
You want to put English Common Law doctrine on individual rights aside, I don’t.
I believe in what I put forward CT; no reason why I wouldn’t. It’s American intellectual heritage.