Congress And President Obama Can Balance Budget With Internet National Lottery

It has already been established by the States that lotteries are the best way to raise money. People do not mind spending money to play them. Billions can be raised each month nationally if properly established and administered.
March 4, 2013 - PRLog -- Louis F. Mlecka of Brooksville, Florida is proposing that the United States Government establish a National Lottery to balance the budget and pay off the national debt.  

His idea is to use the internet entirely.  This would operate at a fraction of what it now costs the States.  Cutting spending and raising taxes will only cause further problems for the economy.  That is not the best action to be taken in order to balance the budget.  

The problem now is to convince Congress and the President that a National Lottery by Internet is the best solution to balance the budget as well as paying off the National Debt.  

What reasons can be given as to why this is not the best way to accomplish the above  Sometimes a simple solution to a problem can be overlooked and it is hoped they will at least look into this suggestion.  

Mlecka believes it is the best way to solve the nation's financial problems at the least amount of cost or damage to the economy.  

Anyone wishing to help bring this about can contact Mlecka by emailing  It is time for the public to pitch in and be heard. It appears our Government needs all the advice they can get.

Unless this country's financial problems are properly resolved it will not be long before this fine nation will be broke and can go into a deep recession or depression.
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