Ol' Remus also notes:
If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to worry about - Our Constitutional rights are not predicated on whether or not we are guilty of "terrorism". The law is very clear, and this is not a negotiable position. Every American, regardless of government suspicion, has a right to privacy, and is protected from unreasonable search and seizure without probable cause. Period... Secret courts, secret charges, secret programs targeting entire subsections of the population, were expressly forbidden by the Founding Fathers as totalitarian in nature, says Brandon Smith in this article, Why The Surveillance State Must Be Erased, at Alt-Market.