Anderson Cooper Talking Harry Reid Online Poker Regulation Bill

For those who missed it last night, Anderson Cooper did a segment on Senator Harry Reid‘s online poker regulation bill.

Funny how Anderson tries to slag Reid in his opening remarks for pushing the online poker bill but not having enough time to deal with “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” No agenda there, huh Anderson? Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell is way more important then creating huge Federal revenue streams, tens of thousands of jobs, repatriating funds, and providing safeguards for the American public, right? (Note: that’s how you start framing the debate, and these types of negative slants would less likely happen if there wasn’t such a communication void from the AGA, PPA, etc.)

 

2 Responses

  1. Peter Trevino

    December 11, 2010 11:29 am, Reply

    I would think that the right to defend your Country would be a lot more important than the right to play poker on line. And it has nothing to do with anybody’s personal agenda.

  2. Wicked Chops Entity

    December 12, 2010 9:12 am, Reply

    Peter, this issue to us has nothing to do with your right to play online poker. It’s about creating billions in tax revenue, creating tens of thousands of jobs, and creating safeguards for millions of adults and children who are currently engaged in an unregulated industry.

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