R.3 Wrote:
Nov 12, 2012 10:04 AM
Sort of reminds me of the percentage of income the same people spend on state-run gambling. You see the people who can least afford it standing in line to by lotto, scratch-offs, keno, and pick three. New measures to license more casino's are sold as a benefit "for the children". No matter the "cause", the bottom line is how to get more money out of the pocket of citizens under the guise of "it's for our own good". Not so much different than agreeing to fantastic wage and benefit packages for union public employees to guarantee a percentage makes its way back to the campaign coffers.