- “There are many very important and serious legal scholars who take issue with [liberty rights] because it very quickly becomes what the judge thinks the law should cover,” said Sean Rushton, of the conservative Committee for Justice.
- Hmm, I wonder what those words were that got replaced by brackets. Maybe they included the words “due process”? For the record, the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments both say that no person “shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process of law.”
I almost feel guilty opposing them.