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Sunday, July 10, 2005

More fallout from New London Supreme Court Case

Will Ridgefield now take some support from the recent Kelo v. New London case and take some land for development? That town is looking to put up 600,000 square feet of corporate office space. The developer-owner has been resisting Ridgefield's efforts in Federal court, but in light of the U. S. Supreme Court decision making it easier for towns to glomm your property, the battle may be over.

Meanwhile, New London officials received some death threats, proving that Americans still know how to overreact! Others came to New London itself from all over to protest and state legislators are buzzing about trying to avoid what a Florida legislator called a "Connecticut situation." Great! One more thing to be known for.

With that thought in mind, here's next year's license plate, just maybe. Don't sue me, the actual plate is onsale at EBay. (If you want, you can sue me for the bad photo edit!) On a more serious note, this is not what Thomas Jefferson envisioned. And, we are called the Constitution State for a reason. I'd prefer not to be known as the State that helped wreck it...

1 comment:

ReloLP said...

Oh boy, I will join in prayer on this.........