Government Gambling for the Poor

Saturday, March 31, 2012
Posted in category The State

Gambling is legal when it is sanctioned by the state and raises money for government coffers, even when it tricks the poor.

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  1. jeannie queenie says:

    March 31st, 2012 at 5:17 pm

    “They were burying a high-roller in Las Vegas and a few of his gambling cronies were gathered grave side when the minister said; “Gus is merely sleeping.” His best friend was heard muttering: “I’ve got a hundred that says he’s dead.”

    Well, one thing is for sure, the folks I see in lines buying these losing tickets, look like they could spend that money in a much better way. It never ceases to amaze me, these lottery ticket buying people are fat, wearing crap clothing, and no doubt, eating crap food, smoking, and thinking that somewhere the magic fairy will wave a wand on them and bring them into nirvana. A few months ago, I picked up a coffee in a 7/11 and this gal was at the counter while the clerk just kept on racking up numbers on her lottery machine. The gal in front of me must have bought 100 tickets and when she left I enquired from the clerk what that was all about. Her answer went like this…”That woman won the lottery months ago, millions of dollars and now she comes back in plays a few hundred dollars every night of the week”. Holy mother of god, are these people that clueless not to know she could make that money grow, instead of blowing out down a hugh black hole where it disappears forever? One born everyday of the week! I have a hundred that says this lottery ticket buying every night of the week chick is dead in the head!

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