Tuesday, January 24, 2006

The Fourth

     So, I'm planning to do a nice post on the patently obtuse, ahistorical, anti-American reading of the Fourth Amendment Chucklehead Michael Hayden has been using to get around the Fourth Amendment (by simply, and ignorantly, misreading it) and I thought I'd give a link to what seems to be a great case in US history which relates.

     It's called Boyd v. United States, and it was heard in 1886.  There are a lot of so-called "originalists" out there who couldn't find the Constitution with three Googles and a team of researchers, but if they actually read this case, they'd have to reconsider the patently criminal acts of the United States Government on this score. 

     Read it for edification, please.

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