For One Thing, The Odds Are Better...
Each of Atlantic City's twelve casinos can operate up to five gambling websites so long as they screen out customers from out of state. Peggy Holloway, senior credit officer for Moody's Investors Service, says the new sites will "appeal to a younger, more Internet-savvy demographic that might lack the discretionary budget to travel to one of Atlantic City's 12 casinos." And indeed, fifty thousand people signed up online for New Jersey’s gambling sites in the first week. That compares with 741 who signed up for Obamacare during all of October.
Please, sir, some more circuses.
Posted by: 11B40 at December 05, 2013 02:11 PM
The women are both members of the Association of Black Princeton Alumni
The Department of Health and Human Services reviewed only CGI’s bid for the Obamacare account even though four companies submitted bids
How did bumbling CGI get a $678 mill no-bid contract to build the website? CRONYISM.
Washington Examiner reported CGI has a troubled track record for the delivery of government contracts, highlighting a time when it failed to meet the deadline for a new online medical registry for diabetes patients and treatment providers.
Ontario, Canada, government officials cancelled the $46.2 million contract after 14 months of delay in September 2012. Ontario officials currently refuse to pay any fees to CGI for the failed IT project.
How do the Obama's continue to get away with shit like this?
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