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I hope that you get county-wide support. Good luck!
I pretty much knew that casinos in Cripple Creek hadn't improved the lives of community members and the local economy. Linzie answers my question about Central City benefiting from gambling.
Even Atlantic City hasn't been helped by the mega-casinos. Away from the casinos, Atlantic City is still run down. The State of New Jersey just granted the Golden Nugget Casino permission run tables outdoors. Business is down and it is hoped that this will entice more customers to come. If Atlantic City is struggling.....
I just don't think that a casino in Hayden would be economically viable. It doesn't make sense.
I do have to say, that I have not seen the developers' presentation.
Dr. Victory is correct. "On Nov. 6 we'll all get the opportunity to make that choice." President Obama is the very first anti-American president to lead our country. Obamacare is bondage. $16 trillion in debt makes you a slave. Obama is not Moses. I want to be a free man living in the land of the free. Free to succeed. Free to fail. I am a citizen and not a subject. I'm able to own land, educate my children, worship freely, speak freely and own firearms.
Do you want to live life under your own terms or under the government's terms? Many men have bleed and died that we might be free to live on our own terms. Vote Nov. 6th. Vote as if your very life depends upon it.
Some pros and cons to think about.
Here is an article from Steamboat Today.
Businesses' reaction to Hayden casino proposal varies wildly
by Scott Franz
You are absolutely correct about working locally as the priority. Can you come to a TMH BOT meeting and discuss areas that you believe that the board should address or address differently? Is it something that we (you, staff and the board) can talk about in a public setting? Get the ball rolling and call Don Myers or George Rohrich.
2009 President Obama: "Individual Mandate Is Not a Tax"
by Watchman Noyes
Keynesian economics doesn't work. FDR protracted the Great Depression.
The Great Society of LBJ didn't win the war on poverty. But promises were made that we cannot pay now.
Businesses will not be adding employees for quite some time now.
BTW.... WTF thanks for being polite and having a rational discusssion.
Republicans have Health Care Solutions
by Michele Bachmann
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