Supreme Court: You Have No Property Rights
I'm speechless. This is private property that will be sold to another private owner simply to increase the amount of tax revenue.
What in the world happened to our Constitution? I guess it can be trampled if it benefits the government. Maybe now people will realize why Bush's judicial nominees are the most important issue in this country.
Nashville Files: "the decline of a once great nation."
Knappster: "The nine political hacks in black dresses have screwed us again." (Actually, it only took five, unfortunately.)
Esoterically.net: "Does it surprise anybody that the Republican-controlled Supreme Court ruled today in favor of big business and against homeowners?" (Unfortunately, Mr. Leftie didn't realize that it was the LIBERALS who sided with the government over the people!)
Professor Bainbridge: This proves "just how essential it is that Bush pick somebody reliably - and permanently - conservative when there's an opening."
Instapundit: Expresses his beliefs on the political implications.
The Therapist: Ruth Bader Ginsberg's house to be demolished in favor of a homeless shelter (unfortunately it's satire).