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Only presidential candidate opposed to UIGEA

Discussion in 'Casino Industry Discussion' started by Adam Selene, Nov 6, 2007.

    Nov 6, 2007
  1. Adam Selene

    Adam Selene Dormant account

    Software enginer
    Costa Rica
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    (digg the article and spread the news)

    November 5th, 2007

    Ron Paul raises more than $3 Million in 18 hours

    The only U.S. presidential candidate openly opposed to the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA), has raised more than $3 Million dollars in just 18 hours, this November 5th. And the day isn't over yet.

    The mainstream media has continuously downplayed Ron Paul's popular support and tells their audience he has no chance of winning. A grassroots movement of supporters have arranged to all You must register/login in order to see the link., November 5th, and encourage others to do the same, in an effort to make the American public take notice: Ron Paul's support is very real, and growing.
    left to right: Ron Paul, Jack Fields and Ronald Reagan


    Ron Paul won his Republican congressional seat in 1976, and has since served 10 terms in congress. Ron Paul was one of only four Republican Congressmen to endorse Ronald Reagan for president against Gerald Ford in 1976. Ron Paul led the Texas Reagan delegation at the national Republican convention.

    Ron Paul represents a return to the Republican ideals of small government and individual liberty that gave Ronald Reagan such diverse popular support in 1980, winning the presidential nomination despite his "long-shot" status and two failed attempts (1968 and 1976).

    Ron Paul himself has proven his ability to win against the odds. In 1996, eight years after his presidential candidacy on the Libertarian ticket, Ron Paul was again elected to congress as a Republican, defeating incumbent Greg Laughlin, despite Laughlin being heavily supported by then Texas governor George W. Bush, House speaker Newt Gingrich, and the Republican National Committee.

    Ron Paul has received the largest amount of donations from military personnel of all candidates. In an eight horse race with 7 pro-war candidates and one candidate who would bring the military back home, Ron Paul stands a real of winning the nomination and the presidency, and restoring lost individual liberties. Liberties like the right play poker online in the privacy of your computer room, or bet on the Sunday football game.

    You must register/login in order to see the link. is a vote with your wallet, for your freedom to gamble online, and in opposition to the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA).
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  2. Nov 6, 2007
  3. USOS

    USOS Dormant account

    longline captain
    Ron Paul Champions Internet Freedom

    Speaks out against federal regulation in wake of more liberty stripping net rules

    Presidential candidate Ron Paul has stated in no uncertain terms that he is thoroughly against internet regulation and has spoken out against federal rubric of the web in the week after a bill was passed by the Senate Commerce Committee as a pretext towards implementation of universal filtering on the Internet.

    Speaking after another victorious Republican nominee debate, Dr Paul told Gambling911.com's Kira Wissman:

    I believe strongly that the internet should not be regulated by the federal government and believes 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.

    The Texas Congressman is co-sponsoring a bill to legalize online gambling along with Democrat Barney Frank.

    The majority of people in Washington were afraid to support the internet for fear it would label them pro-porn or pro-gambling. Paul continued.

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