U.S. Supreme Court Justice Scalia and the Right to Privacy (Fox News Sunday, 7/29/12)
- [Fox News host Chris] Wallace: What about the right to privacy that the Court found in 1965?
- [Antonin] Scalia: There is no right to privacy. No generalized right to privacy.
- Wallace: Well, in the Griswold case, the court said there was.
- Scalia: Indeed it did, and that was -- that was wrong.
This race in Wisconsin is the most important race in the country before the presidential election. June 5th. Republicans think they’ve got it in the bag. And if they do, they’re on their way to a permanent structural advantage over the Democratic party for which there is no repair. There’s no way to undo it. And that will affect every race in every partisan election on every ballot. It is less than two weeks until the vote in Wisconsin. At this point, the Democrats should be fighting for this like the existence of their party depends on it. Because it does.
The Smiths’ last television appearance ever, 25 years ago today (23 April 1987)
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