Featuring a (funny) joke about the most obscure of the rights protected by the Bill of Rights.
It claimed to be a living Constitution (upon first arriving) so I infer that the right to commit suicide would fall under the 9th.
Very funny and all that, but even when there is no Constitution (as in UK) there is a constitution (as in the UK).
Just a quick note: The "Martin" referred to as the professor in the insufferable Con Law class is David Martin, of Homeland Security fame.
I can assure you that after a semester with him, you too would seriously begin to question the value of the Constitution--so painful.
What's the first joke about Guantanamo Bay? I can't make out what he says. "We're supposed to feel so bad about Guantanamo Bay, but we totally ... "
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