Here's the question for the day (week, whatever):
Another way to put it might be, Do those who run for public office still have the moral right to privacy? I mean, no legal right to privacy is implicit in the Constitution, right? But there's still a moral right, isn't there? Even if the subject is running for a public office, he or she still have some privacy inherent, right?
Yes? No? Maybe?
Check out the ABCNews story here: http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/Story?id=3165953&page=1.
Personally, I don't care for John Edwards, for example - but I also don't care about his taxes. I've got enough to worry about. Ya know? And he's just one of what, fifty?
So what do you think?