Dear Dr. Bob,
As a candidate, it seems like there is nothing I can say or do ‘privately.’ Aren’t there laws against infringing on my privacy rights so that I can talk frankly with my closest advisors or supporters?
Mr. Baseball Glove
Dear “Glove” — wink, wink,
Oh you dear, clueless man…
I’m sure that at least one of your staffers has something called a “cell phone” or “mobile phone.” Ask them to show you how they can take photographs and record video on their phones. Then they can “upload” the photos, video and/or audio to the Internet so that the entire world has access to what you thought were private moments.
Yes, its that easy now.
And, yes, even those among the 47% are carrying these devices.
Which brings me to the second point you should consider: Every time you set foot inside a catered affair, you are surrounded by people who are serving lunch or dinner, mixing drinks and cleaning up. They are all members of the 47%, typically union members to boot. They don’t like you.
Hope that helps.