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Saturday, January 28, 2006

If this is true - BLEEEP!!!!

And a pox upon ye

Apparently some GOP mayors support that horrible Kelo decision. Smooth move boys, nothing like doing something that will thin out the ranks of potential GOP presidential candidates in the future.

Ethics wars

A little way down in the column:

The nation's Republican mayors, in a closed-door White House meeting last week, nearly unanimously supported the U.S. Supreme Court's Kelo decision permitting local governments to force property owners to sell or give way to private developers.

The GOP mayors, in Washington for the U.S. Conference of Mayors winter meeting, heard a report on the Kelo decision by Dearborn, Mich., Mayor Michael A. Guido. Chairman of the conference's advisory board, Guido opposed undermining the Supreme Court's ruling.

Anaheim, Calif., Mayor Curt Pringle, a former speaker of the California Assembly, objected with arguments that reflected widespread Republican abhorrence of Kelo. Guido insisted the mayors support local government's authority, and not a single additional mayor rose in support of Pringle.

Stupid is as stupid does. To be honest though, I'm thinking of a much-laden expletive version of that statement as I type.

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