The Devil Wears Armani: How Kentucky Is Selling Its Soul for Wins

Posted by Daniel Muth on August-22-2009 Add Comments

In art and literature, the Devil is often outwardly portrayed as a hideous beast with horns and goat-legs and flame-red skin.

Some renditions of the Devil show him more like Nosferatu, drawn and gaunt, with a twisted face and coal-black eyes.

Often the beast wears tattered robes or nothing at all to help portray a lack of civility that somehow departs from the humane.

Always, the creature is meant to look frightening.

In real-life however, the devil never shows up looking so obvious.  In a time of gigantic Ponzi schemes, wider system-level Wall Street fraud, ambulance chasers, and corrupt politicians, the devil is more likely to be wearing a suit and tie, maybe handsome with slicked back hair and an e...

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