Reasoned arguments? I have challenged the Board to find the 'Right of Privacy" anywhere in the Constitution or the Amendments, and you come up with bupkis. The political Right is not attempting to "take away" anyone's rights. What I am pointing out that by creating an illusory "right of privacy," a "right" has been created our of NOTHING, WITH NO LIMITATIONS. The Constitution deals with eavesdropping, searches, seizures of property, quartering soldiers in private residences. The "right of privacy" deals with taking birth control pills, killing babies in the womb, sodomy, marriage, and who knows what else? The rationale that supports gay "marriage" is indistinguishable from the arguments used in support of incest, bestiality, and polygamy. Are we to understand that the Constitution, as currently constituted, demands acceptance of these practices? They are all "private" behavior, right? Harming no one. Who knows what else can be done with this cudgel of a "right"? Arson of one's own house? That's a private matter, if insurance isn't involved. Privacy is undefined, undefinable, and totally unconnected with the Constitution as it currently exists. If "you" want a Constitutional "Right of Privacy," there is a way to get one. See Article 5 of the Constitution for instructions. But until that happens you can shove your so called "right of privacy" where the sun don't shine. And may God give Trump enough openings on the Supreme Court to un-do the "Constitutional" atrocities of the past 50 years. McCain's gone, now let's work on RBG.