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Influence the voters [looks like it]


Last Edited: December 3, 2010, 10:33 pm

Looks like the gaming industry may have been behind pulling out the vote for the winning candidate in Nevada. Campaign funds, busing voters to the polls plus all the other enticements to get the voters to vote for a particular candidadte. All for one self serving interest. Money. Not whats best for the country as a whole but Me, Me , Me.

A bill in the works by Reid to legalize online poker gambling which will primarily benefit the casinos first. Screw the rest of the country, We are going to get what we want. 


Nice photo of Reid with an antagonizing grin.

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Comment by GASMETERGUY - December 4, 2010, 10:51 am
How anyone with an iota of common sense could support on-line gambling is beyond me. Where is the trust? Who is on the "other end"? Are you really gambling or are you just giving away your money to some faceless person off-shore? My money is on the latter.

Now an on-line gambling site , within the borders of this country, with some oversight by a third party, would be a color of a different horse. I still would stay away from such an enterprise but I can see where some would welcome the opportunity and to them I say, "Go for it!"
Comment by scorpio - December 4, 2010, 1:37 pm
everyone has to dig deaper,as the millionaires want their cake and to eat it too,all else fight for the crumbs.lottery wants bonuses for employees.teachers want pay raises,retirements,etc..no trickle down for us.
tri state lottery is frozen up,might as well go to casinos.
Comment by scorpio - December 4, 2010, 1:45 pm
casinos are really against online gambling.a lot of the texas holdem pros gamble online.who taxes them,if it's not in usa?

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