That’s it… Time for a tea party.

Remember the Fifth Amendment? It wasn’t just about the right to remain silent. It also said, “… nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation.”

Are you wondering why I’m writing about it in the past tense? Because the Supreme Court just threw it out the window, that’s why.

That’s it. There’s nothing stopping the government from taking away your home on any flimsy excuse they can come up with. The Supreme Court is ignoring the plain text of the Constitution, and siding with The Government against The People. Remember “The People”? “… of the people, by the people, for the people” — that “The People”? Yeah. I bet you thought that’s what this country was supposed to be about.

I don’t know how, but we’re going to have to have some kind of public protest similar to the Boston Tea Party here. This must not stand.

Throwing pies at those you disagree with. Yeah. That’s REAL grown-up.

The pie-throwing student who hit William Kristol with a pie on March 29 said he did it to protest “superficial dialogue with no real chance for debate.”

Throwing a pie… superficial… check.
Throwing a pie… dialogue… well, no. It’s less than dialogue.
Throwing a pie… no real chance for debate… check.

If he believes that “superficial dialogue with no real chance for debate” deserves a pie in the face, the next person he should hit with a pie should be… himself.