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Yeah planning a massive terrorist attack that caused the death of thousands is pretty suspicious. If we ever find Osama we should just monitor him. [sarcasm]
Actually, Osama is the most wanted man on the planet. The government has a right to put him on trial.
Your example is invalid because there is nothing in the constitution that says you can't call the cops on somebody, that's not secretly monitoring.
The 4th amendment of the Bill Of Rights states that:
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
Suspicious behavior does not give the government the right to monitor in the first place, so in secret is just ridiculous. That is without a doubt an "unreasonable search", which is something that the government is supposed to protect us from.
I believe that the constitution and the bill of rights protects us from things like this.
With the advances in technology we are making we should be improving law enforcement, But not in secret and not by invading privacy.
There is scientific evidence that shows having a mother and a father is the healthiest way for a child to progress physically and mentally.
So a lousy father is better than none.(that is of course assuming that he is not abusive in any way)
Also, people change. Who says that he will be lousy forever. There are family therapy sessions you can attend to help.
While striving to make advancements for the common good you can change the world forever.
Allot of people have succeded in doing so. Our founding fathers, Thomas Edison, George Washington, Martin Luther King jr, and many more. These people made huge advances for the common good and they are honored for it.