CPoW Rejects the Kenosha Casino for All the Right Reasons!

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CPoW Rejects the Kenosha Casino for All the Right Reasons!
January 27, 2015
Constitution Party of Wisconsin
PO Box 070344
Milwaukee WI 53207



The Constitution Party of Wisconsin (CPoW) rejects all forms of gambling.  Our platform states:

Gambling promotes an increase in crime, destruction of family values, and a decline in the moral fiber of our country. We are opposed to government sponsorship, involvement in, or promotion of gambling, such as lotteries, or subsidization of Native American casinos in the name of economic development.”

If you are in favor gambling, you are an “easy money” liberal.  If you are mad about the Potowotomi Nation bullying the State of Wisconsin, remember this: There was a time before they ran gaming operations, when they did not have the economic muscle to engage in such tactics.  To complain now in light of your long-term gambling support should make you think about the long-term consequences of your immorality.  CPoW is glad the Kenosha Casino is not going to open; we opposed it when it was a dog track.  We oppose all gambling on principle.






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4 thoughts on “CPoW Rejects the Kenosha Casino for All the Right Reasons!

    • Well, he is GOP and is already being influenced by the political machine. He decided NO on the Casino in Kenosha because Iowa told him that they would not support him if he supported the Casino! So the political machine has already begun. He also will not be able to stand up to the 50 states worth of unemployed Union Workers that will follow him from place to place. He’s all thumbs up over one union busting (teachers, and the bargaining rights of those who are employed by the State), The Teachers’ Union did need to be helped so that the teachers that weren’t teaching but just sitting on their ‘tenure’ needed to be removed and replaced with people willing to do the job. However, removing the bargaining rights from the government workers wasn’t a good, nor fair move as those groups were already wording without having had pay increases. (Speaking of my husband’s local 414 only, I can’t speak to the rest of the state.) Personally, I don’t think he will survive the Unions following him from State to State. It will intimidate him. I am hearing from Fox News and Glenn Beck that his poll numbers are rising (so would his confidence). He has baggage as well but for the life of me I can’t remember what it is right now. It will come out. If he make’s it through the primary, God bless him, but the real question is if he makes it to take the Oath of Office.


  1. The Indian casinos here do little towards improving the quality of life for most tribe members. Also there is more crime in the casino area than before it was built.

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    • Aside from the tribal aspect, the people using their mortgage money to ‘make it big’ this time, is the undoing of the community. I’ve seen what happened when they got their foot in the door with the lottery, then the scratch-offs, and then the gambling. I don’t care where you went, there were gaming machines there. Even in McDonalds!
      It takes away from the business community by putting in the machines “to compete with everyone else that has them” like ifs a good thing. It disintegrates to community; Where we are, there are tribe that have their own gambling casinos, Potowatomi, and Ho-Chunk. The ones that wanted to buy the former DairyLand GreyHound Race Park, were from “the outside’ but that isn’t what motivated Walker to say NO to the Casino. It was the Iowa Caucus. He was told that if he goes ahead with the Casino, then he would not get any backing from the Iowa Caucus. So whose interest was really being served here? While it turned out for the good for those who were anti-Casino, it had nothing to do with his stand against it and everything to do with his run in 2016,


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