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Holder Plays Strip Poker

Dan_Druff Wrote: Jul 09, 2012 7:38 AM
I am both a conservative and a professional poker player, and it disappoints me to see the ignorance displayed in this article. Ray Bitar, Chirs Ferguson, and Howard Lederer are thieves and criminals who stole around $300 million from poker players around the world, including about $150 million from US citizens. You can't criticize the Bitar arrest or the Full Tilt seizures. These are important steps toward both getting people paid back and bringing the criminals to justice. Legalizing & regulating online poker in the US is the proper solution. If you want to criticize the left, you can accurately state that Obama has come out against legalization. The entire ban on online poker is an affront to our country's free market system.
bizzle03 Wrote: Jul 10, 2012 1:12 PM
I agree with most of that. except for the part where you say Obama has come out against legalization, that's a half-truth.

He has come out against federal legalization. He believes the issue should be left to the states. If states want to legalize it, he thinks that is fine.
traitorbill Wrote: Jul 09, 2012 11:32 AM
Is my fantasy sports gaming next?
Strip poker is one of Attorney General Eric Holder’s favorite games. As in, he evidently enjoys stripping online poker entrepreneurs of their Fourth Amendment rights.

Holder is the head of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), which is currently stripping online gaming entrepreneurs of their intellectual property rights. Technically, online gambling has never been declared “illegal” in the U.S. and yet the DOJ is citing a hazy law in order to allege that online gambling is a crime.

On Monday, July 2, the federal government arrested Los Angeles native Ray Bitar as he landed at John F....