Apple is claiming that this is a privacy issue: that if they were to open Farook's phone, it would endanger the privacy of millions of Americans and others worldwide. But moreover, Cook is posing a false dichotomy between complete government evasiveness and freedom from such "tyranny." The true dichotomy is about who gets to decide whether a search is justifiable: Apple or We the People (as represented by our government and the judges it appoints). In this way, Cook is no different than Kim David, the Kentucky clerk who decided that she also could ignore federal law. Davis violated the law out of her own personal convictions; Cook is truly doing no different. That is correct folks they are comparing a man who now sticks up for our privacy rights to Kim David. That's right if you stick up for the US Constitution in this liberal society, the liberal media and their minions will compare you to hateful prejudice people. If you don't give the Federal government what they want, they will only try to make it act as if your a horrible human being. With this labeling of saying Tim Cook is Kim Davis, I think we as Americans should start comparing our Federal officials to the NAZI party.