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Private company wishes to build hotel on Justice Souter's land :)

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Otherguy Overby, Jun 28, 2005.

  1. Cesiumsponge

    Cesiumsponge Well-Known Member

    I was discussing this possibility just the other day: that I would hope one of them would get nailed by the own filth they passed onto the rest of us. Only, I wish one of them lost their primary residence, not just undeveloped land they owned. Maybe that'll teach them a lesson

    Then again...nah. Not likely.
  2. Standing Wolf

    Standing Wolf Member in memoriam

    Works for me!
  3. ACORN

    ACORN Well-Known Member

    I hope it happens!
    The SCOTUS has made an absolute mockery of individual property rights with this decision?
  4. dasmi

    dasmi Well-Known Member

  5. Tag

    Tag Well-Known Member

    poetic, but it is still wrong.
  6. Bayou Boy

    Bayou Boy Active Member

    frickin fantastic! :neener:
  7. Cesiumsponge

    Cesiumsponge Well-Known Member

  8. Dave Bean

    Dave Bean Well-Known Member

    Poetic Justice.

    Dave Bean
  9. hksw

    hksw Well-Known Member

    Hopefully, the developer's plans go through. Until then I hold my, "He** yeah!"s.
  10. P95Carry

    P95Carry Moderator Emeritus

    Have merged these two threads.

    If they took his land I'd celebrate! :evil: :)
  11. beerslurpy

    beerslurpy member

    That is beyond awesome. What a bitter medicine that must be.
  12. nico

    nico Well-Known Member

    It'd be great if it happened but it won't. Does anybody actually think any politician would vote in favor of this?
  13. beerslurpy

    beerslurpy member

    The only hope is that the selectmen in his home town see this for what it is and go along to teach souter a lesson.

    It probably wont happen though.
  14. ravinraven

    ravinraven Well-Known Member

    I am in a quandry...

    ... I have called it un-American to make this sort of a land grab. But, the victim. Oh my. I also call the planned and plotted taking of life murder. But could I call it murder or courthouse cleansing in the cases of the DISHONORABLE five?

    But I would fight against the ultimate solution for these bastids. I want them to live forever so they can view the damage they have unleashed as it unfolds around them and people realize who did it to them and pound forever on their vile heads.

  15. Michigander

    Michigander Well-Known Member

    Even if this plan is carried out (which I highly doubt), Souter will probably get 1.3 X more than the value of his property.

    Or, even if he gets only the fair market value, it will probably be for a huge profit after he pays off his loan.

    Then everyone who agrees with the court's decision will point to this case and say, "what, it happened to Souter and he didn't have a problem with it."
  16. Bruce H

    Bruce H Well-Known Member

    Well well, it seems that New Hampshire already has a law on the books prohibiting the taking of land for private use. Did the learned Justice Souter already know this when he voted?
  17. RaggedClaws

    RaggedClaws Well-Known Member

    I wholeheartedly agree.
  18. Kharn

    Kharn Well-Known Member

    I just hope the "just compensation" is less than the remaining value of his mortgage. Or at least less than fair market value. :neener:

  19. There shouldn't be a mortgage if it's already been in his family for a long time. :D

    As far as the comment on the "land-grab"...well, we did that to the people who were already living on these lands before the white man arrived. :eek:

    I've always wondered if some Gov't entity is going to come crashing through my door late at night for being in possession of stolen property (my land and house). :eek:

    Leave it to the Gov't to force me to pay taxes on something they stole. :eek:

    Everyone have a nice 4th! Ah, yes, the time to celebrate the fact that our founding fathers were traitors to their country because they didn't want to pay a tea tax...try that today and see where it'll get you. Celebrate responsibly!

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