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Comment Re:3rd Amendment fun? (Score 1) 468

I'm not sure about that first sentence; That's assuming the USAF and federal government have the U.S. citizen's best interest at heart. Post-WW2 history suggests otherwise.

I think such a scheme would be used PRIMARILY to spy on American citizens, rather than attack foreign countries.

As for the 3rd amendment to the Constitution, isn't the Constitution considered the foundation for some 18/19th Century concept called "U.S. Democracy"? That's so outdated, and unsuited for the way the country functions today -- "U.S. Corporatism" has been the way of the nation for over 50 years, and the results speak for themselves.

Property-based privacy interests are protected to the extent that the interested party is willing and able to protect them.

You are in a maze of UUCP connections, all alike.