Privacy no longer exists, even for governor
So Gov. Susana Martinez, who serves at the will of the public, thinks her travel records should be protected from our oversight under the Fourth and 14th Amendments to the U.S. Constitution? Welcome to our world, governor, where every phone call, every email, every web search, every aspect of our daily lives is collected and stored and shared in secret by the National Security Agency without a warrant or our express permission. If there is nothing suspicious, or possibly even illegal, in those public records, then why withhold them from the public? It does look like Martinez is hiding something, perhaps not the best course of action when election day is coming, and retaining her seat is less than assured according to the polls.
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