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Laws For Thee, But Not For Me: 'I'll Bet You $10,000' Romney Says He Opposes Online Gambling

Chris | InformationLiberation

Despite betting Rick Perry ten thousand dollars just a few weeks ago (going against his anti-gambling religion, mind you), Romney says he's against plebs being free to gamble themselves.

Via Poker News:
In an interview with 8 News Now in Las Vegas this week, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney made it clear that he does not support the idea of online gambling in the United States.

Romney, who is visiting Nevada ahead of this weekend's state caucus, said he's opposed to online gaming because of the "social costs and people’s addictive gambling habits.”

Last October, Romney vowed he would take a serious look into online gambling, telling the Las Vegas Sun that he would have his mind made up on the issue before the caucuses came around.
What about his own gambling habits, those are A-OK?

What am I saying, of course they are, laws are only for little people.





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