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Heavy-Handed Politics

"€œGod willing, with the force of God behind it, we shall soon experience a world
without the United States and Zionism."€ -- Iran President Ahmadi-Nejad

Friday, February 03, 2006


Remember how Justice David Souter voted with the High Court majority in Kelo v. New London to allow governments to take property from one owner and give it to another who can put more cash into government tax coffers?

This induced me to, on July 8,2005, to post this story:

"Taking him at his word, a New Hampshire businessman named Logan Clements sent a written request last week to city officials of the town of Weare, seeking their approval to build a hotel at 34 Cilley Hill Road. Such approval would entail eminent domain condemnation proceedings authorizing the seizure of the private home currently at this address. The owner of the home is Supreme Court Justice David Souter."

We are due for an update. Here it is, from the FedPat.

"Souter may be getting a taste of his own poison pen. Logan Clements has collected the signatures necessary from Souter's hometown of Weare, New Hampshire, to allow voters to determine whether to take Souter's home and transfer it to Clements to build the "Lost Liberty Hotel," which would stand in mocking testament to all such Souteresque assaults on our Constitution."


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