Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Slots for Tots 2009

The infamous Slots for Tots video with a new ending to match the new year's political landscape.

Please promote this video!


Belinda Rachman, Esq. said...

WOW, that is a really powerful argument against allowing casinos in your state!!!!

Anonymous said...

Loved the "Ca Ching" Murray montage!

Great job, Gladys!

Nocasino said...

Thanks Gladys,

This is the most disturbing part of the casino issue. We have a state and local educational system that is actively promoting gambling as a way of supporting education.

I am embarassed to live in Massachusetts.

Kelly Marcimo said...

Gladys, an even more powerful ending that last year!
Absolutely fabulous!

I hope all the grown ups out there are listening!

If you think about how greed got us into the economic mess we are in, why would you think an industry that survives on greed will get us out?

We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we
created them. -Albert Einstein, physicist, Nobel laureate (1879-1955)

Anonymous said...

The public response to the MBTA train crash defines the waste and poor management in state govt. If I were a betting person, I'd bet that the 'conductor' who was text messaging at the time of the crash is a friend who got the job as a political favor.

If the hackery was cut out and the state put on a 4 day work week, we would have no budget problem.

We don't need expanded gambling if cuts are made.

Carl said...

Excellent!! Keep up the great work.

helen mclaughlin said...

I hope that this video is seen by as many people as possible.Making casino gambling legal to raise needed revenue for our state is short sighted and truly DOES send the WRONG message to the most vulnerable in our state.In bad economic times,casino revenue drops--do we really want to depend on such an undependable source???

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Meredith said...

I agree with No Casino.That those who are educating my children support this is unconscionable.

Anonymous said...

This was upsetting when you created it and its even more so now as more evidence pours in and the legislature becomes more desperite.

Anonymous said...

That was really good – I wasn’t expecting to see what horrible creatures the kids turned into in the end.

Anonymous said...

I was pleased to see your recent video promoted on a democratic discussion forum! Good work!

Anonymous said...

I know you have been busy doing other things, Gladys, but I'm just thinking that the state is so desparate for money, we could use your words of encouragement.