Wednesday, June 29, 2005

Commie Judge Gets a Taste of his Own Medicine

© 2005
A private developer contacted the local government in
Supreme Court Justice David Souter's hometown in New
Hampshire yesterday asking that the property of the
judge - who voted in favor of a controversial decision
allowing a city to take residents' homes for private
development - be seized to make room for a new hotel.

Logan Darrow Clements faxed a request to Chip Meany,
the code enforcement officer of the town of Weare,
N.H., seeking to start the application process to build
a hotel on 34 Cilley Hill Road, the present location of
Souter's home.

Wrote Clements: "Although this property is owned by an
individual, David H. Souter, a recent Supreme Court decision, Kelo v. City
of New London, clears the way for this land to be taken by
the government of Weare through eminent domain and given
to my LLC for the purposes of building a hotel. The
justification for such an eminent domain action is that
our hotel will better serve the public interest as it will
bring in economic development and higher tax revenue to

The Kelo v. City of New London decision, handed down
Thursday, allows the New London, Conn., government to
seize the homes and businesses of residents to
facilitate the building of an office complex that would
provide economic benefits to the area and more tax
revenue to the city. Though the practice of eminent
domain is provided for in the Fifth Amendment of the
Constitution, this case is significant because the
seizure is for private development and not for "public
use," such as a highway or bridge. The decision has been
roundly criticized by property-rights activists and
limited-government commentators.

According to a statement from Clement, the proposed
development, called "The Lost Liberty Hotel" will
feature the "Just Desserts Café" and include a museum,
open to the public, "featuring a permanent exhibit on
the loss of freedom in America." Instead of a Gideon's
Bible in each room, guests will receive a free copy of
Ayn Rand's novel "Atlas Shrugged," the statement said.

Clements says the hotel must be built on this
particular piece of land because it is a unique site -
"being the home of someone largely responsible for
destroying property rights for all Americans."

"This is not a prank" said Clements. "The town of Weare
has five people on the Board of Selectmen. If three of
them vote to use the power of eminent domain to take this land from Mr.
Souter we can begin our hotel development."

Clements says his plan is to raise investment capital
from wealthy pro-liberty investors and draw up
architectural plans. These plans would then be used to
raise additional capital for the project.

While Clements currently makes a living in marketing
and video production, he tells WND he has had
involvement in real estate development and is fully
committed to the project.

"We will build a hotel there if investors come forward,
definitely," he said.

Clements is the CEO of Freestar Media, LLC, which is
dedicated to fighting "the most deadly and destructive
force on the planet: abusive governments," the website

The activist says he is aware of the apparent conflict
of someone who is strongly opposed to the Kelo decision using it to
purposely oust an American from his property.

"I realize there is a contradiction, but we're only
going to use it against people who advocated" the Kelo
decision, Clements told WND. "Therefore, it's a case of
retaliation, not initiation."

Clements says some people have already offered to put
money into the project.

Doc Hormone says:

What a divinely perfect retribution for a "Judge Gone Bad"
Oh wait did I say "gone bad?" I meant "rotten to the core"

I hope this developer has his day in court and that the
taking of Souters property actually occurs! What a sweet
vengance for a "commie judge!" This little beady eyed
liberal sphincter muscle should be haunted by conservative
developers where ever he goes...

He should be forced into buying an Airstream so he can
just be pushed around the country the rest of his
miserable sleezy life. Same goes for the rest of the "Blue
State Judges." Ginsberg, Breyer, Kennedy, Stevens...They
should all enjoy the right to remain homeless in a court
of law.

By the way, why are the Blue States the ones filled with
Red Commie Pinko Liberals, and the Red States are filled
with people who are "True Blue" to the Constitution? This
is backwards!

Maybe we could arrange a compromise down the road, and
just surrender California to the liberals and ask them to
all move there and start thier own country, it wont be
attatched to the rest of us for long, and if were patient
one day soon the fault line might bless us with a
permanent separation and peace at last....

We will have to rescue our beloved Arnold The Governator,
with a choppa! Get into the choppas! EVERYONE!....

As for the Insurgents in our Supreme Court, may they
realize an early retirement...good riddance to them and
their treasonis decisions as of late!

These are the children of running our court system...

In case anybody wants to help with this effort, here are the email addresses for the Weare, NH Selectmen who run the local governement. I suggest you write them a letter in support of the Lost Liberty Hotel project.

Laura Buono, Chair Person Term Expires - 2006

Leon Methot, Vice-Chair Term Expires - 2006

Heleen Kurk Term Expires - 2007

Joseph Fiala Term Expires - 2008

Donna Osborne Term Expires - 2008

Here is a letter to the Weare, NH Selectmen. Feel free to plagerize any parts of it you like...written by a gentleman from Wyoming.

Dear Selectman:

I understand that a developer, Mr. Logan Clements, has started the process with your city's Selectmen to discuss taking the property on 34 Cilley Hill Road in order to build a theme hotel there.

I live in Wyoming but 4 generations of my family have graduated from Phillips Exeter in Exeter, New Hampshire. My mother also owned a farm in Kensington, New Hampshire where I stacked a lot of hay as a boy. At one point several years ago her farm was the largest Registered Angus ranch in New Hampshire. Despite our long ties with New Hampshire I don't believe that in any of our frequent visits, that any of us have ever made it to Weare. This proposal certainly pikes my interest in a visit to your area.

I am very excited about the theme hotel proposed by Mr. Clements and I hope you will give due and favorable consideration to his plan. I'm sure it would be an asset to the area and a boon for your taxpayers. Additionally I have long admired New Hampshire for its special role in establishing and preserving the unprecedented freedom enjoyed by Americans. I think this proposal offers a unique opportunity for your city to strike a blow in that fine New Hampshire tradition.

I look forward with relish to a stay in the "Souter Suite" of The Lost Liberty Hotel!

Live Free or Die,

Git Em People!

Saturday, June 25, 2005

I Gotta Brag...


Its been a while since Ive conversed here...

Tonight I listened at length, to my own sons music and I must exploit the forum to advertise some new and most extraodinary music.

My own son Justin and his sweet, life partner Damie have been working on some music of their own. I dropped into their website...

Their website at

Just fucking...Wow! Go hear them now....I hear a Peter Gabriel/White Stripes sound, but with a smoother sweeter Brazillian sound...