Thursday, April 01, 2010

No Public Hearing Will be Held

After all, if the Speaker says it's not necessary, that means it's not necessary. We don't need no stinking public hearing on a major, irreversible bill. Who needs to vet something like that?!


Anonymous said...

You voted for these crooks

Gladys Kravitz said...

My crooks ran unopposed.

Middleboro Remembers said...

Spectrum Gaming wrote the legislation. How could it be bad?

Anonymous said...

A few comments.
1) The hearings already occurred
2) These folks (DeLeo, etc.) are your guys. Throw them out.
3) What's next? Booze, butts, the lottery?
4) If we don't do it the indians will.

Middleboro Remembers said...

Excuse me, Mr. Anon, but your ignorance is showing....again!

#4 If slots are NOT legalized, the Native Americans can NOT have slots.

Once the Commonwealth legalizes slots, there are currently 2 recognized Tribes and 6 Tribes with applications pending.

Check out the CT history on the resource page:

Middleboro Remembers said...

House Speaker "Racino" DeLeo's proposal and the updated Spectrum Report may be found here:

United to Stop Slots in Massachusetts

The Spectrum Report, on which the erroneous revenue projections are based, is flawed.

A public hearing is needed to address those flaws.

Anonymous said...

Then why not vote out democrats

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