Recording Text Violates the Constitution 4th amendment
My texts would put people to sleep - however, on principle, recording anyone's texts violates the 4th amendment of the Bill of Rights in the Constitution. If people are dumb enough to let this go, I will cancel my text plan and find another way - (how about actually speaking to a friend instead?)
Congress does not have the right to pass laws that violate the Consitution.
Citizens have not only the right, but the OBLIGATION to stop the destruction of our government.
We are being told it is for our "safety". - That is EXACTLY what the founders of this country wanted to guard against and why they had to leave their homeland to come to the colonies.
If the citizens of the Unites States blindly follow this path - we have usurped all that this country was founded upon - whether you are a Democrat or a Republican - your loss is the same -
We have the right to agree or disgree with each other BECAUSE of the Constitution - but so many people have just bot into the "us or them" argument.
We are one country and there is no "us or them" - our future rides on people waking up and working together -
There is no "safety" in passing laws like this - WAKE UP and call your congressmen/women.
PARTICIPATE IN YOUR GOVERNMENT WHILE YOU STILL CAN!
The 4th amendment (thank you wikipedia)
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
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