Betting on America?
Everyone loves a good infographic even if its hardly been fact-checked … and this one (with lots of pretty colors) from the presumably good folks at Casino.org (via Fox Business) breaks down some numbers that say to lawmakers, hey, if your state isn’t looking to online gambling to alleviate debt troubles, then why not? (Don’t you care about the kids and school?)
© 2012 Casino.org
Seriously, forget freedom and internet standards, from a purely conservative perspective on fiscal responsibility, if your state isn’t doing what is necessary to set up proper online gambling, then they really should be making efforts to specifically prohibit online gaming of
any specific sorts — lest they leak away moral high ground and/or fund the theoretical terrorists accidentally the next time a student at BYU wants to play Zynga slots or the ad-free version of Words with Friends.