Wednesday, September 17, 2008

A woman's right to privacy

Last night an activist group hacked into Sarah Palin's private Yahoo e-mail account and made her personal e-mails and pictures public.

Words can hardly express my disgust and contempt for this group! If every candidate now has to worry about the content their personal e-mails being disclosed to the public, who in their right mind would ever run for public office?

Hacking into someone's personal e-mail is worse than breaking into someone's home and I would be just as outraged if it happened to Barack Obama. I hope the Justice Department finds these low-life criminals and prosecutes them to the fullest extent of the law!

I'm waiting to hear the outrage and condemnation of this criminal act by those on the Left who support a woman's "Constitutional right to privacy."

UPDATE: See Michelle Malkin's post for the rest of the story. (I still hope the FBI busts the guy).

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