Monday, August 01, 2005


The "Privacy Clause of the Constitution"

This post by Patterico regarding Senator Chris Dodd's reference to "the privacy clause of the Constitution" and the attendant comments are a hoot!

"Um, Seator Dodd, what does the privacy clause of the constitution actually say, sir?"

"I can’t tell, you. It’s private."

The Privacy Clause is just to the right of the penumbra. Now you know.

Yeah. It’s in that emination from the penumbra.

Unfortunately, though, there are not words to it. It’s ethereal, spiritual. But some specially-gifted persons apparently can see it and base substantive work on it.

Maybe next he’ll be talking about the Santa Claus of the Constitution.

I’m surprised you don’t know about the "privacy clause". It’s there right next to the "separation of church and state" clause.

I believe Mr Dodd read “The Privacy Clause” of the Constitution on the back of it,it was written in invisible ink,like the Map of the Free Masons….Only thing I can guess.

It’s on the back, in invisible ink, followed immediately by the abortion clause and the repeal of the 2nd Amendment.


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