Fourth Amendment Burned In Front of the Capitol (Congress Did it Months Ago)
Today, I burned the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in front of the Capitol Building in Washington DC, disintegrating the written words as an expression of the document’s disintegration into insignificance.
Of course, the act was just symbolic on my part. The Congress did the real deed in June and July when it passed the FISA Amendments Act, turning the mandate for warrants and for probable cause and for specified targets into mere suggestions to be disregarded whenever the president feels like it.
Can you desecrate something that is already defiled?