Obama’s lawyers say it is okay for the government to put a GPS tracker on my car and track my travels without a warrant. They claim I have no privacy in public:
The administration, in urging the full U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia to reverse a three-judge panel’s August ruling from the same court, said Monday that Americans should expect no privacy while in public.
So, again, I’m confused about this “Constitution” thing. I have the “right” to kill a baby. But I have no right to most of my paycheck. And being tracked constantly by the government is perfectly fine. These liberals sure are weird thinking.
I don’t mind if a government agent looks at me in public and make fun of my clothes. But tracking my travels isn’t “public” that is scrutiny and it shouldn’t be legal without a warrant with probable cause.
But Ken… wouldn’t you support tracking Muslims? Well, sure, if they aren’t citizens, or if citizens then they have given a judge good reason to authorize such tracking.
This is another example of where the War on Drugs is really a War on our Rights. Time to end both.