But yes, there are more poor tribes than wealthy ones.
I'm not keen on monopolies though so I wish that the laws would change so other businesses could have slots and smoking at their place of business. Competition is good for the economy. I think it would create more business, more jobs, more revenue for our city. Right now the laws in my area prohibit businesses from slots/smoking so they only place to go is to the tribal casinos.
I would chat with her when I'm feeling particularly snarky, but I wouldn't ever call her on the phone.
He allegedly has a great-grandmother who's part Cherokee.
Sorry, but that doesn't make him a "red man".
Come to Texas, and you won't find a white person who doesn't have a mexican or native American ancestor hidden in a closet somewhere, three or four generations back.
How 'bout Benjamin Bratt. He's hot. I read he was part native american. I think.
Indian President of the United States...
Let's be Politically Correct here, folks.
Native American President of the United States.
Or better yet
[insert tribe name here] President of the United States.
Might be pretty sweet. I don't think Palin has a chance against Sitting Dolphin.
"I do not underestimate the ability of fanatical groups of terrorists to kill and destroy, but they do not threaten the life of the nation. Whether we would survive Hitler hung in the balance, but there is no doubt that we shall survive al-Qa'ida." -- Lord Hoffmann