Should their Be a National Lottery like they have in Spain?
There is a once a year Spanish Christmas Lottery. The average pay out is $250,000 I believe give or take some thousands! But, thousands if not millions of people win every year, and yes I am sure some go back into debt but I think they need something like this her in the US, your thoughts?
I've often wondered if a national lottery should be established to pay down our debt? Why not? People love lotteries. Billions have been raised and paid out - to what end? Some would say our tax system is a national lottery where everybody pays in and nobody ever wins. I think this is an option we ought to consider.
How has no one answered this question until now?
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