Saturday, January 20, 2007


is among rights that were described by our founding fathers as inalienable, human rights.

They saw fit to protect the right to privacy with the constitution and with laws.

One cannot break those laws without a warrant.

Celebrity, does not constitute a warrant to invade personal privacy; nor does prurient interest; nor does an offer to serve publicly.

The supposed need and warrant to invade the privacy of a public servant is driven by an imagined need to create or destroy trustworthiness.

Trustworthiness does not play in transparent public service. It does not play because there is no opportunity to betray trust.

Trustworthiness is a poor substitute for honest accountability.

My public service will be absolutely transparent and honestly accountable.

Given the opportunity, I believe voters will choose honest accountability in their boardroom, over any supposed right to invade my bedroom.

If they won't, then I am not their candidate.

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