Hmmmm... Well, my answers are probably very generic and unexciting, but here they are. Enjoy! I'm a first year student with an undeclared major. I'm from Sacramento, CA.
I am a Republican because I support the military and defense spending, and my older brother is a Sergeant in the Marines who is stationed in Iraq right now. I’m a moral person and I believe in family values. The right to arm ourselves with guns is a personal right to protect ourselves and loved ones from vicious criminals. Taxes should remain low so that citizens can keep the money that they have earned. People should be admitted to universities and hired for jobs based on merit and hard work, not race, gender, or income. Illegal immigrants should not receive the benefits that hard-working citizens receive until they come here legally. I am a Republican because I am fiercely patriotic, am strongly opposed to abortion, and believe that capitalism is the best thing for the wealth and preservation of our glorious nation.
Trump Says Online Casino Gambling Inevitable
Gambling magnate Donald Trump spoke out on Barney Frank’s online casino bill, saying Internet gambling can’t be stopped and should be regulated for the public good.
Trump, who once again has control over his three eponymous casinos in Atlantic City, said the bill is a good idea, helping to make Internet gaming benefit the public good.Several land-based casino operators, led by Steve Wynn of Wynn Resorts, are still adamantly opposed to allowing US residents to gamble online.
Many have feared that Internet casinos will drain their already depleted customer base. But Trump says that properly managed casinos have “nothing to fear” from online casinos. He said competition makes the industry stronger, and can’t be blocked anyway.
”Online gaming is going to happen, so we might as well have it work to the public’s advantage,” said Trump to the New York Post. “Why lose all those billions of revenue? ”While gaming foes accuse supporters of being funded by overseas gambling companies, existing US gaming such as tribal casinos and land casinos have lobbied heavily for continued protectionism.
The public face of the anti-gambling movement is a moral one, but the underlying reality is that those already making fortunes at casino gambling are merely trying to preserve their near-monopolies.