Friday, May 18, 2007

Private property is worth fighting for

Will Seward has a good post about eminent domain abuse. Here's the bottom line: If private property is a privilege that bureaurcrats can amend, rather than a solemn right of every American, then America today is not the America the Founders conveived of, and that would be a terrible shame. Sometimes, rights have to be re-asserted by the citizenry through the accepted channels afforded Americans.

Private property is the bedrock of a democratic republic. The sacred nature of private property ownership is worth replacing any and every elected and appointed official in government whose actions adversely contributed to the amendment of these rights by citizens.

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