Between the two, which one is worse? Violating the constitution or exposing the violation of the constitution? I think that violating the constitution is worse because we are supposed to have a guarantee of privacy of our property, goods, etc. Something like wiretapping, has been a controversy for a few years I guess (or probably longer) If wiretapping was court ordered, that's fine, but the random wiretapping of millions of people in hopes that somewhere there is a terrorist, that's going too far. How long before they start reading our mail? Hell they already read our emails. Anyways, going back to the question, in case I threw you off: Which one is worse? Violating the constitution or exposing the violation of the constitution?