Like all the other rights outlined in the Bill of Rights to the Constitution, your right to be wrong is God-given.  Contrary to some recent theories deriving from discoveries in physics and other sciences, humans are not just matter running a pre-determined course.  We have free will.  And with this right comes the responsibility to own and accept whatever consequence may come as a result of this will.  It is the singular role of government to protect, as the constitution explains, the right to exercise our free will against any encroachment.

The essence of the Constitution is to protect our right to be wrong.

Right and wrong can be defined as describing how near or far an action brings on the desired consequence of the action.  To hammer a nail into a piece of wood the right way should result in a nail driven squarely into a piece of wood.  The right to hammer the nail the wrong way,