Friday, October 20, 2006

Finally some interesting news and time to write about it.

Since current republican policy seems to be guided by bible chucking mouth breathers, alcoholic pedophiles () and a desire to redistribute wealth to Ted Steven’s district I’m glad to see they haven’t forgotten about free trade.

The tiny nation of Antigua and Barbuda has scored a technical knockout against the United States in an international trade dispute that could determine the future of Internet gambling in this country.

The rest of the article lists things the little country could to do to try to force the US to open it’s markets as we’ve agreed to. I don’t really care about internet gambling but I think it’s asinine to pass laws that restrict other peoples behavior for their own good. Especially when you carve out huge exceptions for state lotteries and online horse racing.


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