But the idea that any right is unrestricted is totally at odds with history, the law, and reality.
I have seen enough angelic faces at rest in tiny caskets to make any argument about the unrestricted rights of gun owners moot.
A March 2009 Gallup poll shows that 14% of Americans support funding of unrestricted embryo research.
He believes that the right to create and carry firearms is unrestricted.
This post granted him unrestricted access to government medical and laboratory supplies.
Finally, in 1838, the unrestricted right of lecturing was restored to him.
United labor found the cause to be unrestricted immigration.
He considered that much of the distress and discontent arose from the unrestricted influence of capital.
She had been in balloons, but she had never seen an unrestricted tiger.
The policy of Home Rule is a policy of absolute and unrestricted trust; the safeguards are based on distrust.
"limited," 1830, past participle adjective from restrict; of documents, etc., "secret, not for public release" it is recorded from 1944. In U.S., restricted was a euphemism for "off-limits to Jews" (1947).
Manager: "I'm sorry, Mr. Marx, but we can't let you use the pool; this country club is restricted."
Groucho: "Well, my daughter's only half-Jewish; could she go in up to her knees?" [there are many versions and variations of this story, dating back to 1970s]