Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Bogosity Ep. 7: Pareidolia (30 min)

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Anonymous said...

During the markup to Domicile Deliberation 2267, the tabulation proposing online gambling regulation, opponent Spencer Bachus recurrently referred to an article in the Orlando Picket as heralding the incipient dangers of Internet gaming. Bachus said the notepaper bemoaned the lure Internet cafes posed to children, and argued this meant accepting online casinos means subjecting kids to risk.

Bachus repeated the citation a covey of times during the execution of the discussion by the Legislature Financial Services Commission, as if he had discovered a spiritedly kernel of points gaming proponents could not refute nor digest. But the Alabama Republican had either accidentally or consciously muddied the dampen with misleading information.