This is a quote I read today on different forum(not a gun forum), and got me thinking, after I calmed down of course. Now I do believe the right of life is inalienable so that's kind of a problem if you have to use lethal force against an attacker, right? Not really. How I see it is that if someone attacks another the attacker states, physically not verbally, that they have given up their right. In this particular instance at lest. So there's not really anything to take away as the assailant has already given it up, which you can do with inalienable rights. I hope I said that clear enough. What are all your thoughts on this?