Tuesday, November 15, 2005

"Limits" to Freedom?

The right to privacy isn't mentioned in the Constitution because the founding Fathers in their worst nightmares never imagined a government so pervasive that it would ever even get close to infringing upon the fundamental concept. The Constitution doesn't presume to define all human rights, only to describe the maximum extent to which some of those specific rights may be limited for the protection of rights in general.

1 comment:

Seb said...

First!