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 rights that weren'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Rights cannot be repealed.
Laws can be repealed.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.