Washington Times columnist Bruce Fein wrote a column this week, going after Sheldon Adelson and saying RAWA would prohibit online gambling and allow monopolies.

Mr. Adelson has accumulated a net worth of $33.6 billion. He is a casino magnate. His stupendous wealth comes from gratifying sordid hormonal cravings: instant riches and creature comforts worthy of King Louis XIV . . . Mr. Adelson fears that online gambling could diminish his hormonal-fueled profits. The casino billionaire thus donated lavishly to support Republican candidates for the House and Senate to seduce their support for the Restoration of America’s Wire Act (RAWA), aka, the Ultra-Enrichment of Sheldon Adelson Act. The bill would prohibit online gambling—a throwback to government paternalism epitomized by the Prohibition Era . . . If RAWA were exposed to public debate, it would wither and die. Sheldon Adelson should be sent packing like the Clintons and Bushes by the 114th Congress.
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