Senator Orrin Hatch “The Internet is not a lawless free-for-all where anything goes. The Constitution protects both property and speech, both online and off.” -Senator Orrin Hatch
Then why Senator Hatch, are you letting little toddlers and their Mothers be felt up by the TSA?
What does Senator Hatch say about the TSA?
"Sometimes, I think they push it way too far," says Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch. "But, we're living in a dangerous world."
Hatch says it's a difficult balance between privacy and safety. Sitting on the Senate Intelligence Committee, he says he knows more about the realities of terrorist threats than most Americans.
"I don't blame our people from trying to make sure that the airline flights are safe," the senator says. "On the other hand, I think sometimes they go overboard. People just don't like those total body scanners."
Hmmm, no mention of the 4th Fourth Amendment to the Constitution here…..
What part of the 4th Fourth Amendment’s right of persons “to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects” do you not understand Senator Hatch ?
I see no claim by the Constitution that the Liberty's and Freedom's guaranteed by our Constitutional Republic will provide the most "secure" or "safest" form of society.
On the contrary, the Constitution is the best instrument ever created to protect the people from the abuse of their elected officials.
"Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.
Great men are almost always bad men."
Ladies and Gentlemen, "Terrorists" aren't taking away your freedoms.
It is the Federal Government that is eroding away your Constitutional freedoms in the name of security and protection, day by day, step by step, bill by bill, law by law, little by little. Small drops , wearing away the Bedrock of Liberty.
Senator Hatch, Your selective awareness of Constitutional protections when it is politically beneficial to you and your apparent lack of awareness of these same Constitutional protections when it is not useful to you has not gone unnoticed by We the People.