Humanitarians believe in the people’s right to privacy, property, and right to speak or not to speak should not be infringed by the government. The government does not have rights, the people have rights. Government has power and can not infringe upon the rights that were not specifically listed in the Constitution.

The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.

The 9th Amendment states that a person cannot be denied certain rights to freedom and privacy by the federal government, just because the Bill of Rights does not enumerate it.

The Constitution states only what congress can do. Because the constitution doesn’t cover privacy in detail doesn’t not give the federal government the right to infringe it.

Unfortunately our government uses the war on terror to invade our privacy more every day. Humanitarians think the government should only be allowed to watch, listen, and spy on a person if they are suspected of committing a crime.

Humanitarians do not support drones flying over United States air space for surveillance on the nation. This is unconstitutional because it’s not in the constitution.


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