Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Doesn't DOJ have better things to do?

It seems that with al-Qaeda on the loose and a whole lot of illegal leaks concerning classified intelligence programs, the Department of Justice has decided to go after a website where you can bet on sports.

Can someone explain to me why someone settingup a site where I could, (if I wanted to) bet $100 on the Brewers is somehow worth not only a 22-count indictment, but also trying to take $4.5 billion and several cars? Particularly with terrorists and leakers to deal with? This is a case of seriously misplaced priorities.

EDIT: Making a clarification.

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