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Re: “Internet sweepstakes legislation languishing

I have been to a couple of these sweepstakes places before. Was it my cup of tea? NO. Did I see a bunch of mafia enforcers running the places NO> All I saw was a bunch of over 60 year old Americans enjoying themselves. Whether the state likes it or not these are just regular folk having fun. I read an article yesterday that some legislature stated these sweepstakes were crack dens and a menace to society. I disagree. Whats the lottery and liquor store? I dont get it but when there are 10,000 people in line at the unemployment office and a ton more empty commercial spaces well see who was right and who was wrong! Anyway is the state telling us that by closing sweepstakes the poor will no longer be poor. Or are they telling us the poor wont be able to play sweepstakes so they can start playing the scratch offs again!!!! What a joke

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Posted by johnboy on 06/20/2010 at 1:54 PM

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