Time for the U.S. to Hold’em or Fold’em
11 April 2008
Yes U.S. it is time to say fold’em. Listen to what the rest of the world as well as most of the citizens of the United States are saying. We all want what is fair for our Free Nation. A Nation of free enterprise and trade for one and all!
This antigambling law needs to be folded. It is like playing poker, a game of skill I may add, to know when it is time to fold. This law or so called law, has no way to be enforced, and with the economy in bad enough shape as it is, without having to try and pay off all these other countries for breaking the WTO Rules!
The EU has launched an investigation into whether the U.S. Justice Department is selectively enforcing its antigambling law on the EU firms that offer wagers on sporting events. Washington discriminates against the EU by permitting U.S. Internet horse betting. Last year the U.S. lost just such a case against Antigua and Barbuda. These small Nations won.
WTG EU!! Fight for what is right!
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