Thursday, May 18, 2006

President's CIA-pick Hayden had no idea Americans had a right to privacy.

Shouldn't the person picked to head the CIA be familiar with the Constitution -- the Bill of Rights, in particular? Apparently, the current nominee has some difficulty in that area.



Oh, well, privacy was overrated anyway. On the bright side, now when we tell our kids "it'll go on your permanent record," we'll no longer be liars.

3 comments:

TEM said...

How long before he evokes the memory of 9/11 and "how the world has changed since the tragic events, blah, blah, blah...." in an attempt to reason why privacy rights and freedom of expression should be further eroded?

My money's on the first question that calls him on his assertion that his line about not knowing Americans have a right to privacy is a load of crap.

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