Many rights, such as those set forth in the Bill of Rights, are so basic to sustainable human freedom and dignity that no panel of faux experts ought to be empowered to take them on caprice. That is not to say that an individual, by bad choices, ought not himself be able to forfeit his rights. Treason should cause forfeiture of life. Robbery should cause forfeiture of liberty and the right to carry arms. Felonious activity should cause forfeture of voting rights. Drunk driving should cause forfeiture of driving privileges. Failure to pay taxes should cause forfeiture of the right to vote on bills affecting taxes. Becoming a nuisance in public by repeated appearances of being drunk while driving or walking about on public travelways should cause limited forfeiture of one's right to be in and about such public uses. In each such case, the forfeiture would be brought about by an individual's own bad choices, not by a faux expert panel. Sustainable liberty is ordered liberty, not libertine license.