|Posted: October 1, 2014, 3:34 pm - IP Logged|
So you're saying it is a conspiracy theory california won the jackpot the other night? I mean come on...how many more times do they need to win in a row to convince you something isn't right? You can claim conspiracy theory all you want to avoid, and deflect all those thoughts that something is off with these california wins.
No conspiracy at all. The lottery is not rigged for CA to win. The odds are the same for every state that plays. I just hate the conspiracy theories that go around saying the lottery is rigged. I wouldn't play something that is knowingly rigged. Trust me - if I could play the lottery (stupid Alabama), I would. The chances are too darn low to win. Maybe it's just because CA and NY (and to an extent, FL and NJ) have it better off financially than most other states like CO, MI, ME, etc.
The lottery is NOT a tax on the poor. By calling it a tax, you are calling it mandatory, which is what taxes are. But the lottery is NOT mandatory, therefore calling it a tax highly inaccurate.