Word "rights", in this section, means natural rights.
US Constitution does not *GIVE* you any rights.
Every person intrinsically *HAS* natural rights.
US Constitution *RECOGNIZES* a person has these rights,
requires government to *RESPECT* these rights.
"Bill of Rights" is merely a label.
"Bill of Rights" was never written in US Constitution.
It's only an outside label, a mnemonic, that now refers to first 10 Amendments.
Rights exist whether codified or not.
During creation of what is labeled "Bill of Rights", some founders argued against attempting to enumerate/list every right, predicting government would disregard a right, as if it didn't exist, if it wasn't listed, or people would never imagine they had other rights besides those listed. This argument led to 9th Amendment.
Rights cannot be repealed.
Laws can be repealed. But a right is NOT a law.
Amendments which relate to rights never become obsolete.
Rights never become obsolete, neither do Amendments that relate to those rights.