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    Barring contested election results because of larceny, come tomorrow morning you’ll know who won the presidential election; you’ll know who won Senate and House races, and who won state and local races. If you are not brain dead you’ll not only learn who won the presidency —— talking heads will tell you what color socks the winner was wearing when he won. If you do not live in Virginia you’ll have to search for the result of this one:

    The result of that Virginia ballot initiative is infinitely more important to ALL private sector Americans than is knowing which douche bag lives in the White House for the next four years.

    The current crop administering every level of government in this country are determined to abolish private property. They are not the first generation. Abolishing private property Rights has been in progress for at least three generations.

    To understand the importance of the Virginia ballot initiative start with this:


    Abolishing private property Rights has always been about much more than Communists/Socialists implementing communism’s foundation principle. The true importance to governments lies in a basic truth: It is impossible for totalitarians of every stripe to control a private sector with protected property Rights.

    Note that the Supreme Court already sided with the abolition of private property in Kelo et al v. City of New London, 04-108.


    High Court Expands Reach of Eminent Domain
    Published June 23, 2005
    Associated Press

    High Court Expands Reach of Eminent Domain | Fox News

    There is no doubt a case will end up in the Supreme Court if Virginia’s Constitution is amended to protect private property Rights. Take this one to the bank. Assuming Justice Kennedy did not mean “additional protections” for the government Virginia’s Constitution will amount to doodly-squat when it confronts eminent domain in a federal court. In fact, Virginia’s Constitution means less than nothing to EPA bureaucrats today and tomorrow.

    Let me close with this:


    November 5, 2012
    Virginia to Vote on Property Rights
    Mark J. Fitzgibbons

    Blog: Virginia to Vote on Property Rights
     
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    Here’s one tiny bright spot in last Tuesday’s tragedy. Note that the word “opponents” is doublespeak for the word parasites:

    Voters OK amendment to Virginia Constitution limiting government’s eminent domain powers
    By Associated Press, Published: November 6

    Voters OK amendment to Virginia Constitution limiting government’s eminent domain powers - The Washington Post
     
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