And state Rep. Bobby Franklin, R-The Fringe, just had a good one:
"I've heard statements that a person has a right to health care, a right to housing. And I just want to caution us that, since our rights come from our creator, they do not carry corresponding obligations on another person to affirmatively do something. My right to speak does not obligate you to listen. My right to publish does not obligate Rep. Montgomery to purchase what I publish. My right to worship does not require anyone to pay for my preacher. I just caution you on how you loosely throw around the word 'rights.'"Anyone want to argue with that?