Skip to comments.NH: Free Staters to protest at Supreme Court Judge's house
Posted on 07/15/2005 1:34:28 AM PDT by Dada Orwell
This went out to New Hampshire media yesterday:
Weare, New Hampshire
U.S. Supreme Court Justice David Souter lives at 34 Cilley Hill Rd. in Weare, N.H. Why do you need to know this? Because that's where you'll be Sunday, July 17 at 1:00 p.m, those of you who want want to take a stand against his decision to reduce your property rights.
Ultimately, you could say there is - or was - an unspoken contract between the people and their government. You don't show up at our homes with bulldozers, and we won't show up at yours with signs. This month, in the already infamous Kelo vs. New London decision, the court broke that contract, with David Souter's support. He voted with the majority, not merely to allow but to *support* vicious land grabs against homeowners.
It's beyond our poor power to counter every evil this man has loosed upon us. But we *can* rally outside his home to support the efforts of Free Stater Logan Clements, who has turned the tables on this robed tyrant by asking the city of Weare to let him demolish the Souter home and build a hotel in its place. We'll have signs that say "Give Souter the Booter!"
What: Protest outside U.S. Supreme Court Justice David Souter's house When: Sunday, July 17 1:00 - 2:00 PM Where: 34 Cilley Hill Road, Weare, N.H. Why: To express our opposition to Souter's ruling against property rights in Kelo vs. New London. And to support Free Stater Logan Clements' effort to fight back. Clements has asked the town of Weare to give him Souter's propety so he can build the "Lost Liberty Hotel" there. Who: Activists from NHfree.com and whoever wants to come! Projected turnout: 15 More info at NHfree.com
YOU GO GUYS!!!
No Justice, No Peace.
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