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Something tells me that, despite the sound beating Williams took in November, his GOP lackeys in the Senate still don't have the gonads to stand up to him. Sad. Wonder if he promised them some of those kickbacks he's probably getting from the Indiana casinos in return for their votes against their constituents?

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Another reason Frankfort should only be seen from your rear-view mirror. Incompetence mixed with bloated egos is a repugnant brew. At least it's one that will keep Kentucky at the bottom of the ranks for the foreseeable future.

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Well, another setback for the state! I too am upset, within a year Cincinnati will have a casino so more KY money going out of state, including mine, with no future plans of casinos in KY! I agree, vote out the people who are standing in the way of allowing the POEPLE to vote on this issue! I wasn't happy that the bill did not allow for a stand alone casino in Covington and Louisville, but at least it was a start.

 

And for those against casinos, fine! We just won't put them in parts of the state where the majority of voters don't want it, and you will not recieve any profits from them either.

 

Jim, I too am wondering what in the world is wrong with the republicans in Frankfort, Williams is the sole reason why they took a beating last fall, surpirsed he was again elected as Senate president.

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Something tells me that, despite the sound beating Williams took in November, his GOP lackeys in the Senate still don't have the gonads to stand up to him. Sad. Wonder if he promised them some of those kickbacks he's probably getting from the Indiana casinos in return for their votes against their constituents?

 

What I wonder is what he has on everyone?

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Those that want gambling so bad could move to Indiana. :idunno: Then everything would be taken care of. Your state would have gambling and you wouldn't be missing out anymore on all the big revenue. Those that don't want gambling could just stay in KY. Everybody would be happy. Something to think about.

 

I know one time I wanted something pretty bad, and I wasn't happy with the way things were going where I was at, so I decided to move. It was that important to me. Little work, problem solved.

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Those that want gambling so bad could move to Indiana. :idunno: Then everything would be taken care of. Your state would have gambling and you wouldn't be missing out anymore on all the big revenue. Those that don't want gambling could just stay in KY. Everybody would be happy. Something to think about.

 

I know one time I wanted something pretty bad, and I wasn't happy with the way things were going where I was at, so I decided to move. It was that important to me. Little work, problem solved.

 

Wouldn't be a little easier if everyone could vote on it.You know The American way...Democracy...

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Those that want gambling so bad could move to Indiana. :idunno: Then everything would be taken care of. Your state would have gambling and you wouldn't be missing out anymore on all the big revenue. Those that don't want gambling could just stay in KY. Everybody would be happy. Something to think about.

 

I know one time I wanted something pretty bad, and I wasn't happy with the way things were going where I was at, so I decided to move. It was that important to me. Little work, problem solved.

 

I more disapointed that we the people don't get a chance to decide. I want gaming. BUT will accept what the people say. I think that is all every person in KY wants on both sides.

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