I think this is the best post title concerning the Kelo decision…

This land was our land

Cafe Oregano wins.


  1. You get about two lines in, and see ‘Let us just light a fire to the Bill of Rights.’ It’s lines like that that tell me I’m pretty much OK to stop reading. (Which I did.)

  2. Thanks for the post oregano. This Kelo decision could be a ‘smoking gun’. It appears to give the political landgrabbers a green light. Guess we’ll have to wait and see.

  3. We still have a Bill of Rights? My HK 91 – purchased and registered legally is now banned in my state of residence. Every time I see it in my closet it is a reminder that the Bill of Rights has been completely forgotten by judges and politicians. Now a developer with enough cash can have by my property for whatever the going rate is for a corrupt local politician. I hope it’s obvious to everyone how important the fight over judges is. http://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution/constitution.billofrights.html Let’s which ones are still around: I) Under constant attack by the ACLU. II) DEAD – Do we even need to talk about this one? III) I think we have enough barracks unless they close a few more bases. IV) Dead – Just destroyed by the Supremes. V) The ACLU likes this one so it’s still around – even if you are a foreign terrorist. VI) ‘Speedy’ is a relative term. VII) Dead – The Rodney King case showed this one is gone – thanks H.W. VIII) I just got a letter from the IRS that was cruel and unusual. IX) Not sure. X) DEAD – Deader than a door nail.