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Police Receive $470,000 from Online Gamblers - Wed Jun 08, 2011, 11:09 AM
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http://www.pokernewsdaily.com/police...g-funds-19308/



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Canada - Wed Jun 08, 2011, 12:24 PM
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBWAj...eature=related
 
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Wed Jun 08, 2011, 02:10 PM
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Great,so in AA County Executive John Lepold's world on-line poker is some immoral,illegal pursuit but the sexual harassment charges that follow him around and trying to get some in the backseat of a car in a mall parking lot (he's over 65 for pity's sake),THOSE denote perfectly acceptable behavior.

Ooooh and new weapons for the AA County Police,yeah how long before one of those assholes gets his piece out while off duty and blows another dog away in a dog park?

Maybe we should all quit on poker fellow US peeps and stick to the type of morally upright hobbies that our elected leaders engage in...

You know---sexting to multiple women that our NOT our wives/girlfriends,soliciting prostitution,forcing a campaign staff worker (and wife of the campaign staff manager) to continue in an affair at the threat of her job after she wants out and then getting our PARENTS to write a check to try and buy the silence of the aggrieved couple,become head of the Congressional Page program and then become a (gay) sexual predator of the same pages that your supposed to be overseeing,hang out in airport bathrooms trying to pick up dudes,etc.,etc.,etc.

Oh well at least the Government is teaching us how to be responsible with our money. Lord knows they're the champs at that..

Glad to see that the Feds,DHS,the AA police department and all the rest are out there protecting us from such hardcore criminals.

Effing jackholes.

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Wed Jun 08, 2011, 04:05 PM
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Originally Posted by Moxie Pip View Post
Great,so in AA County Executive John Lepold's world on-line poker is some immoral,illegal pursuit but the sexual harassment charges that follow him around and trying to get some in the backseat of a car in a mall parking lot (he's over 65 for pity's sake),THOSE denote perfectly acceptable behavior.

Ooooh and new weapons for the AA County Police,yeah how long before one of those assholes gets his piece out while off duty and blows another dog away in a dog park?

Maybe we should all quit on poker fellow US peeps and stick to the type of morally upright hobbies that our elected leaders engage in...

You know---sexting to multiple women that our NOT our wives/girlfriends,soliciting prostitution,forcing a campaign staff worker (and wife of the campaign staff manager) to continue in an affair at the threat of her job after she wants out and then getting our PARENTS to write a check to try and buy the silence of the aggrieved couple,become head of the Congressional Page program and then become a (gay) sexual predator of the same pages that your supposed to be overseeing,hang out in airport bathrooms trying to pick up dudes,etc.,etc.,etc.

Oh well at least the Government is teaching us how to be responsible with our money. Lord knows they're the champs at that..

Glad to see that the Feds,DHS,the AA police department and all the rest are out there protecting us from such hardcore criminals.

Effing jackholes.

Moxie, I wish you would be more clear of your true feelings
 
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Thu Jun 09, 2011, 05:54 PM
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YEP OLD MOXIE CAN NEVER JUST COME OUT AND SAY WHAT HE THINKS

 
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Thu Jun 09, 2011, 09:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Moxie Pip View Post
Great,so in AA County Executive John Lepold's world on-line poker is some immoral,illegal pursuit but the sexual harassment charges that follow him around and trying to get some in the backseat of a car in a mall parking lot (he's over 65 for pity's sake),THOSE denote perfectly acceptable behavior.

Ooooh and new weapons for the AA County Police,yeah how long before one of those assholes gets his piece out while off duty and blows another dog away in a dog park?

Maybe we should all quit on poker fellow US peeps and stick to the type of morally upright hobbies that our elected leaders engage in...

You know---sexting to multiple women that our NOT our wives/girlfriends,soliciting prostitution,forcing a campaign staff worker (and wife of the campaign staff manager) to continue in an affair at the threat of her job after she wants out and then getting our PARENTS to write a check to try and buy the silence of the aggrieved couple,become head of the Congressional Page program and then become a (gay) sexual predator of the same pages that your supposed to be overseeing,hang out in airport bathrooms trying to pick up dudes,etc.,etc.,etc.

Oh well at least the Government is teaching us how to be responsible with our money. Lord knows they're the champs at that..

Glad to see that the Feds,DHS,the AA police department and all the rest are out there protecting us from such hardcore criminals.

Effing jackholes.
Movie, why dont politicians use bookmarks? Theyd rather bend over the pages!!!!!!!! hahhahahahah
 

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