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Avatar is Kelo v. City of New London?

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January 12, 2010 – Comments (1)

Avatar is Kelo v. City of New London? David Henderson of the Washington Post seems to think so. Give me a break! I just want to watch a movie, forget about the real world for a while. Mr. Henderson is a fellow libertarian but that does not mean he gets a free pass from me for wanting to leech off the success of this movie for his own personal gain. I cry bullstein and shennanigans!  The left tried this crap with the third Star Wars movie by claiming it was an anti Dubya film. I'm still irked about that. They persited with their opinion even after Lucas came out and said the script had been in its final form since the Clinton administration and had nothing to do with current affairs of 2003.

I advise Mr. Henderson to stick to issues of importance, not comparing live action cartoons to Supreme Court cases.

Cato

 

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#1) On January 12, 2010 at 11:01 AM, brickcityman (< 20) wrote:

Perhaps he is just irked that Kelo has not gotten nearly the press it deserved and is willing to make as many tangential references to it as Hollywood will allow.

 

Personally I think Kelo is a bigger deal that anyone really gives it credit for, and I fear that will become more and more evident post-recession.

 

Of course since the conservative types have gotten themselves all in a tizzy over "faith" and "social" issues there are few and far between to call attention to Kelo and its true meaning.  

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