The pursuit of happiness is an inalienable right according to that famous document signed on July 4th of 1776. The right to the pursuit of happiness follows after the rights to life and liberty in the document, as it should be. You have be, and be free, to have a shot at happiness. But that right to the pursuit of happiness is like buying a parking permit for parking on the UC Berkeley campus. You are not guaranteed a parking spot. You pays your money and you takes your chances. If you can find a spot, you may park.
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