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 February 21, 2012  Misc

Laura Conaway writes:

Our pal James Carter digs this up from a speech given by Republican frontrunner Rick Santorum back in 2003:

All the rights in the Constitution, which are individually based rights, according to our founders were not there for the individual’s gain, but the reason we established those rights was for the common good. The right to privacy is not the right to a common good. It’s a me-centered right, that obviously started in the sexual revolution with contraception and obviously quickly evolved to abortion, and now has found its way into the marriage debate. And all those acts that were self-giving acts, self-sacrificing acts, have been polluted by this right to privacy.

Read more on Maddow Blog.

via FourthAmendment.com

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