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Wednesday, June 29, 2005

Take that: "Lost Liberty Hotel" proposed on Justice Souter's land

Found this via An American Soldier.   

Link: "Lost Liberty Hotel" proposed on Justice Souter's land.

Apparently a private developer is seeking to build a hotel where Supreme Court Justice David H. Souter's house currently sits. Citing the recent Supreme Court ruling on "Kelo vs. City of New London", this developer is telling the town of Weare, New Hampshire that his proposed hotel will generate more tax revenue and other economic benfits for the town.

This will be interesting... Frankly, I think it's great. Can you imagine if this were to actually go through?

Since I generally like to hang out here in this place called reality, I don't expect it will go through, but maybe it will generate some more attention to this terrible SC ruling and it's affect on all of us. If it happens to cause some hassles for one of the guys tools that voted for it, well, that's life.


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