Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Do They Have Reservations?

If they do then sign me up for a weekend. The proposed hotel would sit on the site currently occupied by the home of Justice Souter, one of the justices who supported the Kelo decision. You can add this to the list of arguments against the lifetime appointments of judges: even more than elected representative, judges become cut off from the "commoners". The Supreme Court building is architecturally rather squat, but that hasn't seemed to have stopped it from becoming another ivory tower.

Link via The Blogfaddah

Update: Evidently they are taking reservations. This way, the business model has a good forecast of generating tax revenue.

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