As you may have heard, Bush The Thief just signed a law sent up by your House of Muggers and Molesters and your Parliament of Whores that effectively makes it illegal for you to choose to spend your money online in games of chance or skill if that’s how you want to spend your money.
To that end, here’s a list of 55 online casinos for your enjoyment.
I’ll be keeping tabs and will be sure and publish what I find as to work-arounds for all this baloney. Though I don’t know the specifics of the law, I believe it essentially makes it illegal for U.S. Banks to pay the credit card charges you make with online casinos. Off the top of my head, I’d say that if you like to gamble online, looks like you need to get a credit card that’s issued by a foreign bank not under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Though, I don’t know if that’ll work. You also might refrain from spending another dime on any domestic gambling venture, from Vegas, to Atlantic City, to Indian Casinos, to the state’s own gambling machine in the form of lotteries.
By the way, in case you’re wondering, I don’t and have never gambled online. I grew up in Nevada, and it just holds no allure for me. I don’t think I’ve gambled more than a few bucks at bar-top video poker and blackjack in any of my last dozen trips to Vegas. I go for the accommodations and the restaurants. But I have checked out a few of the online poker sites and had thought I might give it a try sometime, as I do enjoy watching World Series of Poker and other such programs on the TV.