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Originally posted by signalfire
It would be interesting to find out if the 50K'ers and the waitstaff had to sign nondisclosure agreements before Romney started talking. If not, then it could be argued that Romney had no expectation of privacy. I disagree that that was a 'small intimate' table. It was more than a handful of diners.
Originally posted by syrinx high priest
he is a public figure
no more secrets
Originally posted by LaughingatHumanity
Privacy is important, but when you are a representative and especially a representative who is supposed to be selected to serve the people it's nice to see the lights turned on in a kitchen full of roaches. It is the duty of citizens to expose what politicians of all shape color and creed say behind closed doors so one may know the true candor of the individuals that claim to represent us.