Sen. Rand Paul is outraged—outraged, I tells ya—that he was "detained" for refusing a pat-down after he set off a scanner at the Nashville airport. And I'd have more sympathy for Paul's disgust at the way TSA agents callously infringed his right to privacy, if he hadn't been on his way to speak at a "March for Life" rally in support of callously infringing on other people's right to privacy.