Even though he hasn't declared a position on destination casinos or even the compact with the
"Everything has been done happenstance," he said. "We ought to have an overall plan and it ought to be coordinated."
But, that said, having the legislature balance out the wishes of those wanting destination casinos vs. the pari-mutuels vs. the Seminole Tribe vs. Disney vs. those philosophically opposed isn't such a bad thing, either, Gov. Scott said.
"I believe in representative government, so it should work," he said. "But I'll be active when I need to be active."
He did speak out against internet cafes, saying "that was never the intention of the law."
But her point, like many others' is still out there: Gambling is here, no matter what we think of it, and the way we add or decide on what games can be played or who gets what is highly political, volitale and just not the best way for our state to do business.