Delaware Gets Cool
May 29, 2009 by Career Sergeant Zim
Earlier this week the Delaware Supreme Court approved an ass load of awesome. Delaware’s high court ruled that the state constitution did not conflict with a bill allowing sports betting. The NFL, in an attempt to piss on the wishes of a state with no NFL team, argued against the measure. Delaware is the 4th state to allow sports betting. And, while it is too far removed from SoD’s Arizona base (and parole officers) to supplant Vegas as our preferred place for debauchery, it greatly enhances the image of the state.
The bill will help close a projected $600 million shortfall in Delaware’s next fiscal year by effectively taxing those stupid enough to believe that the Cardinals are no better than the 16th best team in the NFL (I am looking at you John Clayton). When I asked Roger Goodell* for comment about why the NFL hates the citizens of Delaware so much, he also went on the record as hating puppies, the Constitution, the microchip Skynet placed in his head, America, and your mom. Despite Goodell’s rampant douchebaggery, Delaware has embraced the all American awesomeness of allowing people to bet an 11 team all WAC, Mountain West and Sun Belt parlay. Delaware: Liberty and Independence (and a deuce of Papas Moustache to show in the 4th).
*Or some random guy at the bus station I kept calling Roger Goodell.