A Kelo Irony I Missed

As I and many much smarter folks have pointed out, a very real danger from the Kelo decision is that public officials will be bribed out the wazoo from people looking to get their hands on attractive parcels of privately held land.
Thanks to a reader at Power Line for pointing out what I in my drunken furor missed:

UPDATE: Bob Cunningham adds: “[T]he irony is that the case defers to the political process in Connecticut, where the governor has just been convicted of malfeasance from undue influence by….real estate developers!”

Heh indeed, as someone might say.

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