LMAO - that's a classic, suzecat!Does Hillary support gambling.............well, she stayed married to Bill.......I WOULD HAVE TO SAY YES!
Just one of the many reasons I am seriously thinking about supporting Ron Paul for President."I believe strongly that the internet should not be regulated by the federal government and believe even more strongly that people should be free to engage in the activities they wish, as long as they are willing to take responsibility for their actions." Dr. Paul said. He also indicated that politicians are afraid to touch any issue related to the Internet "for fear it would label them 'pro-gaming'."
Don't just think about it lots0, do it now, we need your support now...Dr. Paul is most likely the last great hope for America. His moral values are impeccable and unchallenged...there's no one else even in the same league as him...Just one of the many reasons I am seriously thinking about supporting Ron Paul for President.
"...The election is merely a first stop: Former White House scheduler Brad Blakeman, the group's president, noted recently that the organization envisions a "never-ending campaign."
MJ articleKey to unlocking these secrets may be another man Klayman hopes to depose: casino mogul Sheldon Adelson, the group's top donor, who is shaping up as the right's answer to George Sorosonly a lot richer. Last year, Forbes pegged Adelson as America's third-wealthiest person, with a net worth around $28 billion. Even a sliver of that fortune will go a long way for Freedom's Watch, which is expected to barrage would-be voters with ads on foreign policy, national security, and domestic issues. Freedom's Watch hopes to direct as much as $200 million into the 2008 campaign, nearly 10 times what Swift Boat Veterans for Truth spent in 2004. "Money won't be an object," promises Matt Brooks, Freedom's Watch's treasurer.