Mescalero, track oppose casino - Ruidoso News

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Both gaming businesses in the Ruidoso area are opposed to the effort to locate a new casino in south-central New Mexico, near El Paso. Full Story
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Bubba

Capitan, NM

#1 Jun 14, 2011
I think it should be ok to put in a casino (off reservation)as long as they have to comply with all the rules, regulations, and taxes that anyone else operating a casino has to deal with. Why should they get special treatment because of race. Remember this is off reservation!
Pete

Capitan, NM

#2 Jun 14, 2011
"Another concern is that were this proposal to come to fruition we believe it would set a very bad precedent for other non-gaming tribes, nations or pueblos across the country to 'reservation shop,' so to speak, for land that could be far removed from their homelands on which to conduct gaming."

In elaborating, Chino said it could open the door for the Mescalero Apache Tribe to seek trust status for land in New York State and open a gaming establishment.

"We have no aboriginal connection, no historical nexus to New York State as an example," he said.

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why does chino have to reference new york state. way to just be totally out there for a comparison. why cant he just bring up the mescalero people opening up their own casino in anthony or albuquerque.(obviously they dont have land controls or whatever legal hurdle, but the comparison is a 100 times more just. fools)
Hank Quevedo

San Juan Capistrano, CA

#3 Jun 15, 2011
This White Man's Relief Act makes a mockery of sovereign Nations which are tied aboriginally to the ancestral or delegated land under treaty. Reservation shopping is another White Welfare program at the expense of Indian Tribes. As a friend of forty years of John Echohawk, I am certain he would be ashamed of his son's violation of aboriginal integrity. As for Obama and Salazar, they are just hustling for more casino contributions. Shame, it again shows the US disregard for treaty law and the forked tongue of government.
wtf

Ruidoso, NM

#4 Jun 15, 2011
Hank Quevedo wrote:
This White Man's Relief Act makes a mockery of sovereign Nations which are tied aboriginally to the ancestral or delegated land under treaty. Reservation shopping is another White Welfare program at the expense of Indian Tribes. As a friend of forty years of John Echohawk, I am certain he would be ashamed of his son's violation of aboriginal integrity. As for Obama and Salazar, they are just hustling for more casino contributions. Shame, it again shows the US disregard for treaty law and the forked tongue of government.
WTF?
Hank Quevedo

San Juan Capistrano, CA

#5 Jun 15, 2011
wtf wrote:
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WTF?
You got throught reading the article. Why the struggle with the truth? I know that reading is 50th on list in Ruidoso but give it another shit.
clark

Phoenix, AZ

#6 Jun 15, 2011
Hank Quevedo wrote:
This White Man's Relief Act makes a mockery of sovereign Nations which are tied aboriginally to the ancestral or delegated land under treaty. Reservation shopping is another White Welfare program at the expense of Indian Tribes. As a friend of forty years of John Echohawk, I am certain he would be ashamed of his son's violation of aboriginal integrity. As for Obama and Salazar, they are just hustling for more casino contributions. Shame, it again shows the US disregard for treaty law and the forked tongue of government.
I couldn't agree with you more.
Hank Quevedo

San Juan Capistrano, CA

#7 Jun 15, 2011
clark wrote:
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I couldn't agree with you more.
Why is the Obama/Salazar/Echohawk gang breaking the nation's oath and the law of the Tribes. Investors were supposed to be junior partners to help financing casinos, not Tribal Masters with clout enough to drag the Pueblos into a fight with the mighty Apache. Obama will pay dearly from legitimate gaming tribes for his LAST Stand. What will we do with all that hair in our fists?
Wolfdog

Peoria, AZ

#8 Jun 15, 2011
Hank Quevedo wrote:
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Why is the Obama/Salazar/Echohawk gang breaking the nation's oath and the law of the Tribes. Investors were supposed to be junior partners to help financing casinos, not Tribal Masters with clout enough to drag the Pueblos into a fight with the mighty Apache. Obama will pay dearly from legitimate gaming tribes for his LAST Stand. What will we do with all that hair in our fists?
What will we do with all that hair? Not a problem, M from an eastern Nation. M planning to deliver "all that yt-hair" to Trump Taj Mahal and Trump Plaza for the bounty.~CHA CHING~ Poetic justice, no? Sea spiders ain't cheap ya know!
RayeSource

United States

#9 Jun 15, 2011
why does chino have to reference new york state. way to just be totally out there for a comparison. why cant he just bring up the mescalero people opening up their own casino in anthony or albuquerque.(obviously they dont have land controls or whatever legal hurdle, but the comparison is a 100 times more just. fools)

You must be a politician as I have no idea what you are making reference to.
I thought Chino's comment was straight forward in comparison to referencing NY. His message was saying a precedent is being set and goes against all existing laws and compacts. It is an abuse and malfeasance irregardless of the comparison.
RayeSource

United States

#10 Jun 15, 2011
Not sure how a reply to Pete,(comment #2) found it's way as a separate post (#9)instead of a reply. I did click the reply tab.
WTF

Ruidoso, NM

#11 Jun 15, 2011
Hank, you are full of yourself and anger towards everyone. Instead of your idiotic writings on this post, why don't you do something about it. Get an education, get elected and do something. Nobody listens to a cry baby and that is what you are. Blame everyone but yourself for your problems, yep that is the way to make people listen.
Ollie

Los Angeles, CA

#12 Jun 15, 2011
Hank Quevedo wrote:
This White Man's Relief Act makes a mockery of sovereign Nations which are tied aboriginally to the ancestral or delegated land under treaty. Reservation shopping is another White Welfare program at the expense of Indian Tribes. As a friend of forty years of John Echohawk, I am certain he would be ashamed of his son's violation of aboriginal integrity. As for Obama and Salazar, they are just hustling for more casino contributions. Shame, it again shows the US disregard for treaty law and the forked tongue of government.
Exactly!
long time resident

Mexico

#13 Jun 15, 2011
Isee the "free market" is still alive and well in Lincoln county as long as it applies to others.Personally I hope they continue to enjoy a shared monopoly or we may be asked for another bailout.
Nativeb01

Mescalero, NM

#14 Jun 16, 2011
Pete wrote:
"Another concern is that were this proposal to come to fruition we believe it would set a very bad precedent for other non-gaming tribes, nations or pueblos across the country to 'reservation shop,' so to speak, for land that could be far removed from their homelands on which to conduct gaming."
In elaborating, Chino said it could open the door for the Mescalero Apache Tribe to seek trust status for land in New York State and open a gaming establishment.
"We have no aboriginal connection, no historical nexus to New York State as an example," he said.
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why does chino have to reference new york state. way to just be totally out there for a comparison. why cant he just bring up the mescalero people opening up their own casino in anthony or albuquerque.(obviously they dont have land controls or whatever legal hurdle, but the comparison is a 100 times more just. fools)
Actually we can lay Claim to Anthony and Albuquerque because if you actually studied up on Apache people Early Spanish Documents reference Apache people being from Corpus Christie all the way to Albuquerque Northern Parts of Mexico and into Arizona.
WTF

Ruidoso, NM

#15 Jun 16, 2011
The Apache roamed from central Mexico to Colorado and from Texas to Arizona. A nomadic people.
Cope

Rio Rancho, NM

#16 Jun 16, 2011
Nativeb01 wrote:
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Actually we can lay Claim to Anthony and Albuquerque because if you actually studied up on Apache people Early Spanish Documents reference Apache people being from Corpus Christie all the way to Albuquerque Northern Parts of Mexico and into Arizona.
Where Did the Comanche live ,I thought the Comanche lived in that region of the country?I wish I knew more.
Interested

United States

#18 Jun 23, 2011
RayeSource wrote:
why does chino have to reference new york state. way to just be totally out there for a comparison. why cant he just bring up the mescalero people opening up their own casino in anthony or albuquerque.(obviously they dont have land controls or whatever legal hurdle, but the comparison is a 100 times more just. fools)
You must be a politician as I have no idea what you are making reference to.
I thought Chino's comment was straight forward in comparison to referencing NY. His message was saying a precedent is being set and goes against all existing laws and compacts. It is an abuse and malfeasance irregardless of the comparison.
Good summary
Taxpayer

Ruidoso, NM

#19 Jun 29, 2011
long time resident wrote:
Isee the "free market" is still alive and well in Lincoln county as long as it applies to others.Personally I hope they continue to enjoy a shared monopoly or we may be asked for another bailout.
Government needs to get out of deciding which businesses can be opened and by whom. Let anyone who wants to open a casino do it. There will be more supply and less demand (market share), costs to the user will come down, some casinos will go broke and we will be left with the best. Same with the liquor licenses. Why does NM have to limit the number? Now they are worth a fortune. More of government meddling for "our own good".
More

Santa Fe, NM

#20 Jun 29, 2011
Taxpayer wrote:
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libertarian simplemindedness. You must enjoy not having to think or consider the long-term effects of any decision.
BurnedOutHippie

Albuquerque, NM

#21 Jun 29, 2011
More wrote:
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libertarian simplemindedness. You must enjoy not having to think or consider the long-term effects of any decision.
Deep and heavy, man. Because having vapid empty suits elected or hired by government make such quality decisions with positve long term effects. Perpetual war, oppressive debt, loss of liberty, devalued currency, confiscatory taxation. Yeah, baby!

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