There is no Constitutional Justification for the Current Governmental Snooping.


There really is no Constitutional justification for anything the Government does today!!

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Jonathan Turley publishes some quite good stuff at his blog. There were two excellent pieces yesterday and one today, thus far.

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It’s a grand old Constitution. Is it time for a wake?

Today’s article at Jonathan Turley’s blog was authored by Mike Spindell. Titled Catch 22 and the Secrecy Debate, it is based in part on this quote from Joseph Heller’s Catch 22. There, Mr. Heller wrote 

The “Catch-22″ is that “anyone who wants to get out of combat duty isn’t really crazy” Hence, pilots who request a mental fitness evaluation are sane, and therefore must fly in combat. At the same time, if an evaluation is not requested by the pilot, he will never receive one and thus can never be found insane, meaning he must also fly in combat. Therefore, Catch-22 ensures that no pilot can ever be grounded for being insane even if he is. 

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2 thoughts on “There is no Constitutional Justification for the Current Governmental Snooping.

    • MaddMedic June 15, 2013 / 3:43 pm

      Yep…

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