The Constitution and Terrorists
But what really takes the cake is the jurist's snide comment that "there are no hereditary Kings in America and no powers not created by the Constitution."Such decisions can be overturned, but can we always rely on appeals to ensure that bad decisions do not continue?
Oh, really? Then inform me, kindly, where it says in the Constitution that the judiciary can mandate on-demand abortions. Or equal rights for homosexuals. Or restrictions on prayer and religious activities in schools. Or open-the-floodgates, break-the-bank expansions of tort liability and medical malpractice.
"No kings in America?" Judiciary, heal thyself.
The point of wiretaps is to protect us. A friend of mine, who happens to be a Democrat, recently said that she has nothing to hide, and for that reason, she will not hide anything. If we have nothing to hide, then why should any of us be applauding a decision which will make terror plots that much easier to plan?