Election Brings Legalization Of Crack, Porn, Not Online Casinos
No Online Casinos!! Tuesday's election was somewhat of a stunner for online gambling enthusiasts. Several states legalized dangerous vices such as marijuana, porn, and crack, but for some reason online casinos were denied again.
Craps Online conducted a study outside of polling locations around the country, and one sentiment appeared universal, put something controversial on the ballot, and we will respond. That begs the question as to why online casino legalization has not found its way to the ballot.
In Minnesota, crack was legalized on Tuesday. Other states such as Wyoming chose to go towards a lesser evil, passing an amendment that will allow up to five hours of porn consumption a day from one IP address.
"If porn and crack can be legalized, then why can't I play slots, craps, or blackjack online?," said Barry Goldwater. "I mean, crack and porn are great, but I want to be able to finish those activities off with some online gambling."
Lawmakers across the US have vowed that no matter how far the envelope is pushed, online casinos will never become a reality in the US. The justification is simple, according ton one legislator who wished to remain anonymous, "There's not enough outrage over online gambling. We need to pass bills that will make people squirm, and that issue is not controversial enough."
The good news for online gamblers is that all of their other vices will soon be legal to do in the comfort of their own home. As one gambler put it, "I can always watch some porn, smoke some crack, and then bicycle up to the local casino."
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