Principles of the Declaration
Why does a justice government need consent of the governed?
Why an government needs consent of the governed is because everyone is protected. Also because we need people that can handle weapons. Also people that have experience with weapons.
Who is responsible for protecting or guaranteeing our unalienable rights?
Who is responsible for protecting our unalienable rights, would be the top of the primed. The person that was protecting our unalienable rights, would have to have a lot of power, over people so they can make the rules. Why someone who makes up our unalienable rights has to be powerful , is because we can’t have somebody that is a slave protect our unalienable rights. Slaves would not have any power, weapons they would be weak and helpless.
Are the principles of unalienable rights and government by consent in the Declaration outdated, or are they still true today?
The principles of unalienable rights and government by consent in the Declaration outdated is it true today I don’t think so. Why I don’t think it is true is still true today is, because not everyone is ruled over government. What I mean by that is back then they were more ruling over people, now we are not as much ruling over people.
Do these principles matter to you? If so, how and why?
The principles matter to me because without them we wouldn’t have rules. People would be going against the rights and freedom of people. Also that everyone would be killing each other even more than they have. Everyone has their own opinion, and make their own decisions that we regret sometimes.