Kelo’s Little Pink House is still a bulldozed lot.

If you’re not outraged, you’re not paying attention.

I got the tip from fellow RedState gonzo blogger absentee that Susette Kelo’s house – the one that the Supreme Court ratified the City of New London;s taking away from her, in what was frankly not liberalism’s finest hour – still hadn’t been replaced by anything.  If that post by This Woman’s Weblog is accurate, it sure looks like it:

As you know, Susette’s little pink house and the homes of her neighbors were seized through eminent domain in a landgrab sanctioned by the U.S. Supreme Court. New London promised to put a glitzy new private development project on the land, but now, nearly four years after the ruling and $78 million in taxpayer money spent, literally nothing has been built on the land; it remains vacant, the neighborhood bulldozed.

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