Bork's bizarre opinions hae been calculated to draw attention to himself. Among others, he has opposed U.S. Supreme Court decisions making unenforceable restrictive covenants or deeds on property and invalidating a state law making it a crime for a physician to dispense contraceptives to a married couple. He saw nothing in the Constitution to protect a person's most intimate privacy.
In this day of vast differences in transportation and communication as compared to 200 years ago, Bork would cause a citizen's civil rights, and the character of the citizen's acts in a criminal sense, to vary depending on whether his airplane lands or his communication is delivered or published in one state or another.
I hope that our senators will rise mightily to the protection of the Constitution by doing all that they can to defeat Bork.
EDWARD S. SIMS