Veto Limitations: A Documentative Analysis

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Veto Limitations “To understand political power right, and derive it from its original, we must consider, what state all men are naturally in, and that is, a state of perfect freedom to order their actions, and dispose of their possessions and persons, as they think fit, within the law of nature, without asking leave, or depending upon the will of any other man.” This quote is from John Locke who acknowledges that if the federal government had unlimited power, it would make the country conducive to tyranny. His statement suggests a limited government, in which the government has no right to force a parent to get a license before having a child. One can agree with John’s Locke sentiment that parents should not be required to have a license…show more content…
Even the Declaration of Independence, which is the most determining document that helped the United States to be created, supports the fact that our creator, gave humans unalienable rights. This unalienable rights are life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness. If we give the government the right to licence a parent it would, in a way, control the life of the parents and the child, omit the liberty of the parent to raise their own child, and abolish the pursuit of happiness of the family. This especially applies to the maternal figure in the household, because they are usually the ones who want to see their children grow and carry-out the family beliefs to future generations. Notwithstanding the fact that humans can make mistakes while parenting. Though human error does not give the authority to the government to assure the act of some-sort of neglection upon a child, before the child is born. The parents should have a chance to raise their child, therefore it is not “okay to deny them the right to raise their children beforehand.” (Source C) Especially when the people working in the government cannot see or travel to the future. Consequently, there are no true and valid evidence that in the forthcoming time, the parent might abuse their
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