Wednesday, June 29, 2005

Too perfect an example of poetic justice not to link: A village council is going to seize Justice Souter's home under the Kelo decision and make it a monument to the liberty that was violated by the decision.

That's right, the very decision he voted for.

And I think they're serious.

Please, please don't be a hoax!

3 Comments:

Anonymous milowent said...

i haven't read kelo yet, but that will be incredible if they can do it. it also makes me wonder whether small towns could use eminent domain to rid themselves of residents they don't like - like the sole black resident on a gentrified street. they'd figure out a way around that i'll bet (the 14th am).

10:43 AM  
Anonymous milowent said...

talldave, more on this here:

http://volokh.com/posts/1119986258.shtml

11:03 AM  
Blogger TallDave said...

Thanks Milo

12:03 PM  

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