Friday, November 05, 2010

Outrageous behavior, even for Vegas

Blogger Doug Ross has the damning emails that definitively prove that there was blatant collusion between Harrah's Casino properties, the local culinary union and the Harry Reid campaign to "get out the vote" for the Democrat, down to a spreadsheet that showed the names of workers at each casino and whether or not they had yet voted:

"'We were asked to talk to people individually to find out why they had not yet voted and to fill in these spreadsheets explaining why,' the employee said. 'I did not feel comfortable doing that.'"

No, we imagine a conscientious person wouldn't feel right about intimidating a hapless maid or blackjack dealer into voting for someone else's preferred candidate.

This sort of disgusting scenario is precisely why the Democrats are pushing so hard to pass their pet "card-check" bill, which would ban secret ballots in union organizing elections. 

If anyone has disposable income and is headed to Sin City to place a few wagers, here's a list of Harrah's locations that you might want to avoid patronizing in order to punish them for their nauseating actions:

Planet Hollywood

Better yet, stop in on the way to another establishment and let them know exactly why these thugs won't be getting so much as a dime of your entertainment dollar.

Us?  We're thinking Mandalay Bay sounds like a real good time this Thanksgiving.

(Via Ace)


Bike Bubba said...

Um, isn't that ILLEGAL? Forget boycotting Vegas (I don't gamble anyways), let's ask for an investigation and some people to go to the greybar hotel for a while.

And yes, if Reid's margin of victory is within the # of employees of Harrah's, then he needs to resign or be prosecuted himself.

Anonymous said...

Oh, please. They wanted people to vote. You didn't mention (because there wasn't any) coercion on who to vote for.