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I figured out why the USSC ruled on Emminent Domain

 
As They Did
06/28/2005 02:04 AM
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I figured out why the USSC ruled on Emminent Domain
It struck me like lightning tinight why the Supremes recently passed down the controversial decision on private property can be taken for non-public use.

What they are doing is creating a Constitutional crisis. Everyone and their brother is writing and calling congress demanding they take action on this, and this time I bet they listen to you.

Because the only thing that can be done in this case to reverse the Supremes now is to amend the constitution, I believe. I also believe they will push for a "constitutional convention" to "bring the constittution" up to date, ie, most likely write the PATRIOT ACT right into the Constitution.

I do not want ANY of these crokked bastards (Repukes or Dems either one) fucking around with our Constituition. They literally could do anything with it. And we would b e finished, once and for all.
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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"I do not want ANY of these crokked bastards (Repukes or Dems either one) fucking around with our Constituition. They literally could do anything with it. And we would b e finished, once and for all."

True, however, any change to the constitution
has to be approved by the individual states.
Think they would? Hell maybe they would.
Anonymous Coward
12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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They can get anything passed they want with these new computerized voting machines.

They just need something to get their foot in the door as a reason for tinkering with the Constitution. Gay marriage sure isnīt going to do it and neither is abortion, but this sure as hell would. All people are going to think about is protecting their STUFF and they are going to lose everything if we arenīt careful.
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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Iīm telling you guys, this is what itīs all about.
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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s226dubya

Better get greaased. It will make it a bit easier.
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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Itīs already in the Constitution. The Retards^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H Supremes just changed the interpretation.

My neighbor has a really nice piece of land. I think I can get the city to approve an amusement park for me and my newly formed corporation.

Hey, I wonder if I can get funding for my other new corporation- "City Halls R Us"? We use ED to take over city government buidings, and rent them out to poor Section 8 tenants. Sounds like "public use" to me.
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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OP, makes sense to me. Why else would they do it? Cause a stir, get everyone all up in arms then use it as an excuse to rape the constitution some more. Smells about right to me. Naturally this isnīt news worthy stuff, no lets do some more celebrity shows on how to be a Hilton or when animals attack.
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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OMG! How did you forget Natalee Holloway from Alabama, who disappeared after a night of partying at Carlos n Charlies in Aruba?

Funny how every American probably knows that, but has no conception that Saddam didnīt attack us on 911.

Nope, they are so dumbed down that the only thing that will get them to take action is to threaten their precious STUFF.
Shadow Dancer
12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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It all works that way...watch all the news and psy ops

Remember the Cessna flyover on DC-well, they were debating the patriot act that day...and it keeps on going.

A few months ago they chased a woman down forcing her car into a tree...she was having a diabetic reaction and the cops beat her up some as they pulled her from the car-until they realised she was unconscious-thought she was resisting arrest. That was in KS then 2-3 days later in Illinois they have the plug for the implantable medical chip...with diabetic raving how it saved their life...they would of died...blahblah

Then Hillary a dem and Newt gingrich bring forward this electronic medical bill...it is all set up-so much it is like paper mache...

They need to back off the thieving from the populace giving corporations rights as though they were an individual. They are not citizens and should not be treated as such. They are getting more and more perks and violating our rights increasingly.

Treason is treason...and death is usually the sentence. Be very aware of the techniques they use, they are pulling out all the stops-watch for the patterns, there are many...and it is One puzzle-they do have an agenda.

Many warnings were given...many
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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"They need to back off the thieving from the populace giving corporations rights as though they were an individual. They are not citizens and should not be treated as such. They are getting more and more perks and violating our rights increasingly."

Well, that ainīt going to happen short of bloodshed, IMO.

Can you imagine the Constitution re-written "post 911"? It changed everything, you know.

I swear, I am afraid in future generations they will look back in fondness for how well those medieval peasants had it.

Read "The Time Machine" by HG Wells with the underground people hunting the above ground people and managing them like a herd of cattle. Thatīs what is coming if we donīt stop it now. We will never see it of course, but we owe it to people of the future to try to keep it from happening.
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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If you read the ruling carefully, you find that the Supremes wanted the States to more actively legislate themselves on this matter. There is no need for a Contsitutional Ammendment. Many states are already introducing legislation to limit emminent domain, which is NOT allowed by the Constitution IN FACT.
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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"If you read the ruling carefully, you find that the Supremes wanted the States to more actively legislate themselves on this matter."

Quite frankly, bullshit, no matter what they wrote.

Isnīt this the same court that came down 2 weeks ago and said states CANīT decide for themselves and Fed Law takes precedence, leading to last weeks bustiong of medical marijuana co-ops in California?

Rather contradictory, wouldnīt you say, that they want the states to do something on their own in this respect, but not others?

I think I am right on track for what is behind this court decision that is puzzling to everybody and at the same time, is freaking Joe Q Citizen to the point heīll finally get off his ass and write his congressman to do something to fix this MANUFACTURED CRISIS.
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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The Partyīs Over. The U.S. will soon become a third world nation. Natural disasters and a broken dollar (weighted down to nothing by the debt of war) highlight a failing economy. Yes, I think I see it too, they will have a constitutional convention thinking they are as smart as the original drafters and we will be screwed. The end is nigh for this country.
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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I believe the end is nigh.

All any of these people are going to be able to think about is someoneīs gunna take their property over their dead body! The congress better change the Constitution to stop that!

Ask not for whom the bell tolls;

It tolls for thee.
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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It has been reported anecdotally, that down there
in CT where the case started, the city instead of
paying fair value for properties with houses,
condemned the houses and offered to give fair
value for the land. Also reported that old people
that were holdouts were terrorized by bulldozers
and guys knocking on their door.

It could be bullshit of course.
ffu
12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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I think youīre right, 934. And I really donīt want to see ANY "constitutional convention" with the monkeymen in charge...and, as you said, that includes dims OR repukes. God, weīre in a fix............
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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"Isnīt this the same court that came down 2 weeks ago and said states CANīT decide for themselves and Fed Law takes precedence, leading to last weeks bustiong of medical marijuana co-ops in California?

Rather contradictory, wouldnīt you say, that they want the states to do something on their own in this respect, but not others?"

For further evidence what I wrote here is correct I believe, consider the fact that for the MedMJ case, they used the Commerce Clause for justification. This ruling on private property for private development certainly would fall under this interstate commerce clause, ye they found in the exact opposite way.

Things that make you go, hmmmmmm!
FFU
12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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Yup, 934, the supremes are playinī us like a two bit fiddle...Statesī laws for SOME things, but not when it interferes with THEIR commerce...why the fuck donīt they just let mj sell and collect taxes just like cigs....BECAUSE THEREīS TOO MUCH MONEY IN SUPPLYING IT VS. JUST GETTING THE TAXES.
Anonymous Coward
12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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bump
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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I thought maybe its a way to nationalize some R.E. held by foreigners.
captain obvious
12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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If the constitution already states that no one can be deprived of life, liberty or property without due process, what amendment would make it any clearer?
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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"If the constitution already states that no one can be deprived of life, liberty or property without due process, what amendment would make it any clearer?"

Iīm sure private property will remain for them, jsut not peons like us.

I see it as a way to try and get a constitutional convention or somthing like that going to revamp our Constitution Post-911.

Theyīve brought up Constitutional amendment proposals at every turn; flag burning, 10 Commandments, Gay marriage, Iīm sure there are others Iīm forgetting.

Kind of leads me to believe they might want to do some tinkering with the Constitution and Iīm betting it will not benefit us, ie your average US Citizen.

I fear they might have found their "foot in the door" with this issue.
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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YOU ARE CORRECT!

The thing that they are REALLY angling for is to have a "constitutional convention."

That way, they can get all of the states to vote immediately.

The seven year thing is just an "outside" time limit...they canīt go beyond it, but they CAN vote it in in LESS TIME. MUCH less time.

The fact that I havenīt seen this information...and that they keep trying to lull us to sleed with this line...

"donīt worry, it will NEVER happen, and it will take at least 7 years to happen...what are you worried about..."


And, yes, you can see that they are using EVERY political so-called "hot button" that they can manage..

term limits, "Ahnold for Prez"....
next we will see the 10 Commandments, the right to burn the flag, the stem cell research, and, of course, the banning the gay marriage...

put them all together, and gee..wouldnīt it be easier if we just had a "convention" so we could vote ALL of these changes to the constitution in AT ONCE???

My dear departed mother was MOST AFRAID of this very possibility during her life. She said that if we EVER allow them to hold a "constitutional convention", then ALL of our rights would be immediately gone!!!

PS, she also was EXTREMELY against allowing them to have the "national database based on a social security number."

And look where we are now, where if someone gets your social security number, they can get access to everything you thought you owned. Yeah. ALL of the databases are and will be based on this numbering system.


Thanks Mom, for the warning. I hope that the VAST MAJORITY of us will see and smell the danger ahead and will STOP it in its tracks!!
Trac
12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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I like your critical thinking, but it appears the states are taking matters into their own hands amending the State constitutions to take care of it.

The Supremes said it is allowable under the U.S. constitution. That doesnīt mean itīs allowable under your stateīs constitution.

In this case, the Supremes would not rule a state law prohibiting the use of eminent domain for purposes other than publice use as being unconstitutional. Itīs a case of Federalism, allowing the state to determine to what extent the right of eminent domain is to be defined as.
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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Jesus said,,,,,, Donīt fight over land.
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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iīm buying an m-14 just in case
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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freedom bump
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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"OMG! How did you forget Natalee Holloway from Alabama, who disappeared after a night of partying at Carlos n Charlies in Aruba?

Funny how every American probably knows that, but has no conception that Saddam didnīt attack us on 911."

Hey 934
How do you know Natalee Holloway wa in Aruba?