September 22, 2006

Those greedy Senecas

Jackson:  Seneca casino is "gambling joint" that'll "suck money"


Not a Sioux said...

You made some interesting points (other than the use of the term "propaganda", which in most places is used by someone to denigrate another's information or arguments and ends up meaning "I do not like it"). I found it interesting how Jackson was not concerned about whether or not there was a treaty that granted the Seneca the land.

To Jackson, I say, if you don't like the casino, you don't have to go to it. Problem entirely solved.

Rob said...

I said both sides were using propaganda, didn't I? The difference is, I admit the pro-casino side was using manipulative language to persuade people. I doubt Jackson and ArtVoice would admit the same.