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Friday, 1 June 2007

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Vegas hotel about to go under

CCN (Crazy Cal News) - Las Vegas - From sea to shining sea, Las Vegas has been the one place in America that has seen a profit through both good economic situations and bad, but Las Vegas is going broke as Ron Paul's odds move from 200 to 1 15 to 1.

Gamblers are still flocking to Vegas to bet as 15 to 1 pays pretty good too! Bookies are scrambling to increase the ever decreasing odds before they loose their shirts.

One Vegas bookie said, "If Ron Paul gets elected, it could bankrupt half the mob families in the U.S. The boss won't be too happy about that."

One Vegas pit boss said, "If this Paul fella wins, I might have to sell my new Rolls Royce and start driving a Toyota!"

Gambling911 said,


"Ron Paul is a serious contender whose grass roots campaign is growing dramatically," explains Payton O'Brien, Senior Editor of Gambling911.com, one of the world's leading political betting news sources. "No other single candidate for US President has received the type of interest generated here."

Just when all the Republicans thought it was safe to go back in the water, along came Paul. Ron Paul's articles have, in some cases, generated four times more interest than both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama articles combined.

"Customers are starting to complain since this the biggest slashing in online gambling history," said Ima Bookie. "No one has seen this kind of slashing since Jack the Ripper."

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