Souter joined the majority in ruling New London, Conn., could seize residents' homes to make way for a hotel, convention center, office space and condominiums near Pfizer Inc.'s new research headquarters because it would benefit the public by creating jobs and increasing tax revenues.That's the way to do it.
A group of Weare residents calling themselves the Committee for the Preservation of Natural Rights already has gathered the 25 signatures required to place the seizure measure on the town ballot in March. Souter, through a spokeswoman for the court, has declined to comment.
The Advocate - Group gathers signatures in support of "Hotel Souter"
UPDATE: Whilst we're talking blowback, Tribune Company owns, among other things, the Los Angeles Times. Peep:
Hard times, eh? Doesn't that just suck???
Michelle Malkin: THE LA TIMES GOES DOWN, DOWN, DOWN