Thursday, January 11, 2007
Unlike everyone else today, I'm not going to talk about the truly heinous decision by George Walker Bush to send 20,000 more American Servicemen and women to die in Iraq.
No, I'm going to discuss emminent domain. This is an issue that is worrisome to many, as it has been legislated recently that government is allowed to take away your property (at what IT decides is a "fair price") in order for some corporate entity to expand their holdings.
And this makes me wonder, just exactly how much free land space is available surrounding Arlington National Cemetary? Do you think there is enough land available there for another 20,000+ graves? Or do you think that maybe they'll have to use "emminent domain" and throw a lot of people out of their homes and businesses in order to secure sufficient space to plant all these servicemen once George Walker Bush murders them?