The right to privacy is so absolute that it includes the right to kill unborn human beings. You might think that the Democrats who defend with absolutist zeal the right to privacy might take that right pretty seriously.

You might be wrong.

It turns out that the Obama administration is secretly carrying out a domestic surveillance program to collect business communications records involving private Americans.

So let’s get this straight. The right to privacy includes the absolute right to kill your unborn child but not to have a private phone conversation?

How about if you made a call to talk about killing the unborn, would that be private or is that a gray area?