Little Pink House

Before there were Tea Parties, there was Kelo. Susette Kelo’s name turned into a movement. Her loss of her property was the final straw for Americans in 2005. When they heard about the Kelo decision, homeowners and small businesses across this country refused to accept the idea that a well-connected developer could turn city hall into a real estate broker and force a hardworking, honest, middle-aged nurse to leave her home for the economic benefits accruing to a large pharmaceutical company and the political benefits accruing to a soon-to-be jailed governor.

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