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The Lottery Is A Tax On The Poor.
I don't know about you but I certainly pay my fair share of taxes even though I get no satisfaction out of doing so. Our Government can't even balance a budget but they spend money as fast as they collect it.
Yesterday, 4:58 pm - Skibunnylk - Lottery Discussion forum

Ohio: 7/1 - 7/31/2014
Thank u Greenback! U know what? I forgot to tell u that almost everyone in my family are either in the military or working for the government.
Yesterday, 3:00 pm - Lkydeb*594 - Pick 3 forum

Steve Wynn in the 1980s, 'Atlantic City Doomed'
Steve Wynn Knew Back In The 1980s That Atlantic City Was Doomed For Obsolescence Finance More: Atlantic City Steve Wynn REUTERS/Bobby Yip Las Vegas casino magnate Steve Wynn. Casino magnate Steve Wynn already knew Atlantic City would become obsolete in the 1980s, when he sold his casino there less than a decade after opening. Wynn, who got into the Las Vegas casino business when he was 23, started the Golden Nugget Atlantic City in 1978. It opened a year or two later, but Wynn s ...
Yesterday, 12:19 am - Coin Toss - Gaming forum

The Lottery Is A Tax On The Poor.
I consider it a voluntary tax, because the proceeds go to pay for educational items/services the state government provides. If the lottery didn't fund these budget items, then the state would have to get a bond to pay for this stuff which would be paid off through property taxes. So the voluntary tax that I pay by playing lottery saves homeowners from even higher property taxes than they already pay.
Jul 27, 2014, 2:01 pm - HoLeeKau - Lottery Discussion forum

Legislative committee to discuss killing the Texas Lottery
They say that lotteries were created by governments in order not to increase taxes on the people.Hence the saying?
Jul 26, 2014, 10:50 am - THRIFTY - Lottery News forum

California wins 60 Million jackpot
The federal government is where the most waste is.
Jul 20, 2014, 4:39 pm - pickone4me - Jackpot Games forum

Do you think that $20 and $30 scratch offs should have 1 in 2 overall odds?
Is it bad to be at least break even? What you do not understand that the government gets money from lottery in 2 ways, even when you win you pay taxes. That is after the government took its share.
Jul 11, 2014, 8:25 pm - abjorik - Instant ("Scratch-Off") Games forum

P3 Redzone For Ny Tri Ga Pa Oh Fl Nj Il Va
And, I am allowed to proclaim Christ in this forum. It isn t a public school or a government building. It is getting crazy to say the least and sad at the same time.
Jul 8, 2014, 4:18 am - j20aol - Pick 3 forum

Woman sues TN Lottery over 'toxic' workplace, harassment
This is a outrage! The TN government should get involved and clean house starting with Rebecca.
Jul 6, 2014, 1:05 pm - pcurtis - Lottery News forum

Real Powerball payout rate is 30%. Does it make sense to play?
It would indeed be nice if our jackpot games took a cue from Europe and Canada where the advertised jackpot is what you get free and clear of taxes. Our government is too greedy to let this cash cow of a game go tax-free.
Jul 4, 2014, 12:54 pm - Drenick1 - Jackpot Games forum

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