There Was a Farmer Who Played a Game…

The National Indian Gaming Commission has recently been
getting hot under the collar over a vital matter of native gambling policy –
the display elements and parameters of video
bingo consoles
. Apparently they want (among other things) for the video
screen to look more like traditional bingo cards and for the games to be played
more slowly. They’re just old fashioned like that.

Lest you think, however, that these proposed changes are of little importance,
listen to this voice of the Casino-American community, Marjorie Mejia, of California’s Pomo Indians: “This is serious. This is people’s lives at stake here. …
It’s really termination for my people.”

Vulnerable people threatened with termination?
In California? Clearly, the Golden State already has the right man for the job.