Didn't think you were being literal. No, Larry, it's not in there. It is
in that pesky First Amendment Henry mentioned, but I imagine you'll say that that right derives from the government, thus brilliantly winning your own straw argument. I don't really care to play that game.
So instead, I'll ask you where -- specifically -- you derive the right to put anything other than almond milk on your breakfast cereal. Or what gives you the right -- specifically -- to select the color of your living room carpet.
Kaffee: Corporal, would you turn to the page in this book that says where the mess hall is, please.
Cpl. Barnes: Well, Lt. Kaffee, that's not in the book, sir.
Kaffee: You mean to say in all your time at Gitmo you've never had a meal?
Cpl. Barnes: No, sir. Three squares a day, sir.
Kaffee: I don't understand. How did you know where the mess hall was if it's not in this book?
Cpl. Barnes: Well, I guess I just followed the crowd at chow time, sir.