How can the governor give away our lottery? Surely this will lead to job loss. That money is our money; our lottery and every penny should stay in the commonwealth.
Why is Tom Corbett always trying to give away parts of our government that are self-sustaining -- for example, the state liquor store system? Maybe he has to keep campaign promises or get a seat on the board after he leaves office.
Did Camelot Global Services, the British company that was the successful bidder for a contract to operate the lottery, donate to the governor's campaign? What about other corporations that might benefit by getting their hands on the state stores?
This should be looked into. Does Mr. Corbett think we are stupid?