Benefits of legalizing gambling

It’s bullshit that gambling is illegal in most states. And I blame Nevada for that. I heard once that the reason online gambling in America was shut down was because the big casinos in Las Vegas were losing money and lobbied Congress. I don’t have any proof, and it’s not important enough to me to look up, but it sounds plausible. Anyway, here’s my reasons why it should be legal:

1. Freedom. This is a no brainer. Don’t tell me we live in a free country is I’m not free to play or own a slot machine. Yeah, with freedom comes anarchy, and with anarchy comes destruction. That’s why they won’t get the lottery in Hawaii. People there are so desperate the government knows they’d all go broke buying lottery tickets if they could. That’s they’re fucking choice. Plus, if that’s your big hangup, ration the tickets. You could even enforce spending limits or time limits in casinos.

At any rate, if we make the choice to make gambling illegal for the Hawaiians or anybody else then we’ve set a precedent to make other choices for them. Maybe if didn’t have so many freedoms already taken away from us willingly the Patriot Act would have never passed. As it stands, the Patriot Act wasn’t an anomaly. It was a step in the same direction we’ve been headed for years. A path that I believe we’re still walking down and is leading towards darker days.

2. Economy. Gambling makes money, which stimulates the economy and creates jobs. A vote against gambling is a vote for a weaker economy and higher unemployment rates.

3.Taxes. I don’t want my tax money to go to busting illegal casinos. I don’t give a fuck if people play Texas Hold’em. We’ve got bigger problems in the world that all that tax money desparately needs to go towards fixing. Look around you. Our economy is a big pile of shit right now and gambling is illegal. Coincidence? I think not. If nothing else, just legalize gambling and give me back the money you would have spent fighting it.

4.Not being a hypocrite. Texas is so back-asswards. We have drive through liquor barns, but you can’t buy liquor on Sundays. We have the lottery, dog racing, and off shore casinos, but gambling is illegal. I feel bad for children growing up today. Reality must be one big clusterfuck for them where nothing means anything and everything contradicts itself. Why don’t we just end the mind fuck starting with legalizing gambling. It’s already legal. It’s just limited. We’ve already stuck our dick in. We may as well finish fucking now.

5. Progress or Crime? Take your pick. When gambling legalized the money spent on it goes to legitimate businesses that can use that money to grow and actually provide a service to the world. Las Vegas casinoes how major intellectual conferences every year. Casinos have contributed greatly to improving computer software hardware technology. In the states where gambling is illegal all that money goes to the mafia and petty criminals. Then it helps their crime rings grow. When they get big enough the branch out. Then you’re paying “protection” fees on your car in your driveway. Way to keep us safe by making gambling illegal.

However you felt about this post, you’ll probably feel the same way about these:

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One response to “Benefits of legalizing gambling

  • Gav

    Anyone in their right mind knows that prohibition does not work. Human beings will do what they want, including drink, gamble, and take drugs. The only countries that possibly think making gambling illegal is effective are mega-backwards, including Afghanistan and the likes.

    The taxes that governments can generate from gambling is probably the only reason needed, but these others just add to the list of reasons!

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