HomePoliticsDavid Souter can sleep peacefully now… David Souter can sleep peacefully now… Jay Tea February 5, 2006 Politics 6 Comments …because his neighbors think more of his rights than he thinks of theirs. I always knew it was doomed to fail, but it was a darned good idea… Here comes the crook, all battered and shook Islam is a religion of peace Related Posts Deep Throat Dead? What, hypocrisy from Ted Kennedy? I'm shocked, shocked! NC-7 Ilario Pantano for Congress and the Primary Losers Who Won't Accept Defeat About The Author Jay Tea 6 Comments jpm100 February 5, 2006 I can’t help but be disappointed. Passing this would have reminded me of our early revolutionary spirit where the people took control of their government and destiny. A modern tea party if you will. SCSIwuzzy February 5, 2006 HOwever, it looks like at least one town has removed the threat of ED from their borders quite effectively. Maggie February 5, 2006 Crap…I guess my room reservations at “Lost Liberty” are no longer any good. cubanbob February 5, 2006 It was a serious mistake not to eminent domain his home. It would have brought crystal clarity to the court and no doubt provide them the impetus to revisit the issue with a much different result to the benefit of us all. bullwinkle February 5, 2006 Souter would have fought it all the way to the supreme court if they had tried in earnest to take his home. How do you think he would come out of that? My guess is he would have won. McGehee February 5, 2006 Souter would have fought it all the way to the supreme court if they had tried in earnest to take his home. It wouldn’t have got that far. The lower courts would have ruled in his favor and SCOTUS would have refused the case.