By David Anderson, Tillicum
So let’s gamble.
Desperate times call for desperate measures and should the state – in the sweaty-palmed panic of a slot-stalker trolling for a lucky spin to offset his financial depravity and stupidity – expand gambling by approving slot-machines for non-tribal casinos, in affect calling the bluff of the hand held by cities with the powers of initiative, then the latter will lay down a full house, taking down the house of cards that currently exists by launching a massive state-wide initiative drive for cities without that right currently, and banning all gambling permanently.
That’s not a threat. It’s a promise.
We’re already on it.