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Privacy outweighed by public's significant interest
By A. M. Johnson


October 26, 2010
Tuesday AM

The "Retired" judge, appointed by Frank Murkowski, rules on a weekend that: "I hold that although Mr. Miller has a legitimate expectation of privacy in those documents, Mr. Miller's right to privacy is indeed outweighed by the public's significant interest in the background of a public figure who is running for the U.S. Senate," the judge said.

Now if you are a Miller supporter you are to be disappointed with this ruling and rightfully so. However the bright side of this ruling is those of us branded as "Birthers" can legitimately renew the call for this judge's ruling to apply to our president "Zero" as it relates to his school records, birth certificate, and other related public significant interest.

O- Sorry, that only applies to conservative Republicans, my bad.

Just saying-

Ketchikan, AK

About: "Observer of political discourse."

Received October 25, 2010 - Published October 26, 2010



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