Fuck the Republicans

Every one of them.

Don’t be an idiot. These fuckers want control over every aspect of your life. They are every bit as bad as the democrats, who wish every person dependent upon them for their very lives, cradle to grave.

I hate them all. I hate them with boundless passion. If you support any of them, in any way, just fucking stay clear of me. I mean it.

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  1. Kyle Bennett on October 2, 2006 at 14:54

    IGaming will go on…legal elsewhere and illegal in the US??? Great, now we can have a war on illegal gambling?

    Sure, then we'll have organized gaming crime, people skulking around dark alleys looking for a fix, and a generally unsavory environment around the whole thing. Then, the Republicans can argue that, see, only scumbags use internet gaming, and of course we can't legalize it – why, it's illegal!

  2. Jon Barnes on October 2, 2006 at 14:01

    Hey Rich…this one hits close to home. I own some I-Gaming stock…down way over 50% this morning. (a few thousand dollars)

    And,thanks Radley for post that:"Jesus I hope the Republicans lose come November.Big"
    The first order of business is to vote the bastards out. I can't find a single redeeming thing about this current crop of Republican leaders. Over most of my life (I'm pretty old) there was a lot of good philosophy on the Republican side. Where, oh where, has it gone. They even screwed up the response to 9/11…sorry, that's a different story.

    Attaching I-Gaming legislation to Port Security is bad on two accounts…Port security is too important and should be dealt with on its own and I-Gaming needs to be debated in the light of day. Midnight auto supply may work when you're a kid, but this midnight politics is just one more reason to vote them out. A smart person once said; "the beautiful thing about Democracy is…people get what they deserve".

    Frist, of late, Senator Jon Kyl of Ariz, and Congressman Leach, all Republican, are the guilty ones. They want to stop IGaming. This is their best shot. They don't understand the internet OR the proper roll of government. It is hard to know for sure what they have done, after all, it was done at midnight with no debate, but the jest seems to be…put the burden on the banks re use of credit cards to, on line, play poker, blackjack, sports betting, or bet on horses. Oh, I'm sorry…not horses…that lobby is too powerful. I could go on and on, but I won't.

    Since the Government can't keep itself out of the way of business and totally out of our private lives, what is needed is a minimal amount of regulation. They collect a little more money (they should like that) and the rest of us then know where we stand.
    IGaming will go on…legal elsewhere and illegal in the US??? Great, now we can have a war on illegal gambling? I hope the Democrats can take advantage of the current Republican hypocrisy. First, vote them out, THEN deal with what comes next. Hopefully I have made my position clear.


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