Ralph Reed’s Love for Gambling

From Holden:

Did this story slip through the cracks while I was away, or did I just miss it? Former Christian Coalition leader and current Southeastern regional chairman for the Bush-Cheney campaign Ralph Reed admits a connection to $45 million in Indian casino gambling money:

Former Georgia Republican Party chairman Ralph Reed, who as head of the Christian Coalition was a strong opponent of casino gambling, has acknowledged that his consulting firm did business with two men now at the center of a federal gambling investigation.


Reed and his Duluth-based firm, Century Strategies, raised money and support for a coalition group, the Committee Against Gambling Expansion, that was funded by one Louisiana Indian casino group trying to gain competitive advantage over another.