Let me give you a hypothetical. Say we're in the Republic of Freedonia. The Freedonians live in a representative society, and for some reason, they really, really hate the freedom of speech. However, the freedom of speech is in the constitution, and vigorously defended by the High Court. Say 60 percent of Freedonia disapproves of the freedom of speech. Is that justification for removing that right from the population? What about 70 percent, 80 percent, 99 percent disapproval? Where does your sense of universal rights and public opinion intersect?