11 February 2010

Americans Have No Expectation Of Privacy?

From the desk of of President Barack Obama . . . .

Once again, he proves that he doesn't give a damn about civil rights, or civil liberties. Yes, there is no provision in the U.S. Constitution that protects our privacy. But the last time I checked, the Supreme Court opinion many decades ago legalizing abortion created a narrow expectation of privacy, in this case, for a woman's body.

So why not whip up a Roe defense for this travesty regarding mobile phone privacy that the Obama administration is pushing? Seriously, don't they think Americans will care about a Justice Department statement saying that Americans have no expectation of privacy? Are they nuts?

Read the full story here.

Trust me folks, these kinds of decisions aren't made in a vaccuum. This one had to have been blessed in the Oval Office, or at a minimum, the West Wing.

Scary times these days with each new edict coming from 1600 Pennsylvania Ave . . .

1 comment:

Ran said...

Until we pull the batteries out of this statist administration, the next best remedy is to pull the batteries from our phones, especially while traveling.

2010 is going to be a BIG year, Brent. Cheers!