What? No, can you imagine what would happen if Canada, America or any country (except North Korea , they are brainwashed down there)tried to take away the rights of their people? Never mind the question if it should be done, ask if it can. Can it? No, we would not stand for it. People love Freedom, freedom from our lives, from the people around us, freedom to do whatever the hell we want. Stripping us of our rights would only cause riots, protests and Civil Unrest, so no, don't worry your little head about it. Perhaps we would even try to overthrow our government, Guy Fawkes style. Should they be sacrificed? Ask yourself, geeze, be an individual. My belief is no, I want FREEDOM.But then, I am a teenager, so perhaps I have not yet had my spirit taken away, this discussion might not apply to you, and I probably shouldn't be answering these questions. But I disagree with the previous poster. They CAN be and HAVE been, on numerous occasions. And the people have done very little in the way of protest.
Answer this question… Expanded civil liberties
One of the most basic arguments against restricting civil liberties is that the government does not, or should not, have the power to do so in the first place. Many argue that restricting civil liberties violates freedoms protected in the Constitution.
Civil Liberties are rights and freedoms that provide an individual with specific rights.
Civil liberties were added, in the form of the Bill of Rights.
No, the compound noun civil liberties is the plural form for the singular noun civil liberty. The singular possessive form is civil liberty's; the plural possessive form is civil liberties'.
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
Japan Civil Liberties Union was created in 1947.
Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute was created in 1965.
Canadian Civil Liberties Association was created in 1964.
European Civil Liberties Network was created in 2005.
American Civil Liberties Union was created in 1917.