When George Bush was in the White House a few years ago, the Liberals were emphatically against passage of the Patriot Act. Many claimed this legislation gave the Government too much authority to gather personal information in violation of the Constitution. After all Article 4 of the Constitution prohibits unreasonable search and seizure of the people. The Patriot Act allowed the interception of email and telephone eavesdropping without a warrant in many situations. And even those situations where a warrant was necessary, this warrant did not have to be granted BEFORE the supposed illegal activity took place.
Yet many of these same people allow OnStar to track them. OnStar can and DOES track those who have the blue button, even if the service is discontinued. But the Liberals don't make complaints about this intrusion into personal life. In fact many Liberals (the same ones who complain about the Patriot Act) pay for this service. The same is true of LoJack and some ADT plans. They allow eavesdropping, and tracking of movements without warrants.
Now the Obama Administration is proposing a special rule, as part of OBAMACARE, which would require all health insurance providers to give the Government everyones' medical information. Obamacare HHS rule would give government everybody’s health records
Where is the outcry from the Liberals?