Which Vegas Casino Personality Should Be The Next Pope?

In case you didn't hear, the Pope quit. We're asking you which Vegas personage should be the next Pope?

Jim Murren [3%]

Siegfried Fischbacher [4%]

Roy Horn [2%]

Siegfried Fischbacher & Roy Horn [7%]

Sheldon Adelson [11%]

Phil Ruffin [2%]

Steve Wynn's Balls [11%]

Little Nicky Hissom [2%]

The Wynn Nightlife Guys [2%]

Anthony Curtis, The Las Vegas Advisor [2%]

Dr. Dave Schwartz [7%]

Wolfgang Puck [1%]

John 'Eating Mr. Rourke' Curtas [2%]

David Copperfield [2%]

Wayne 'Fucking' Newton [16%]

Doyle Brunson [5%]

The Gangham Style Guy [4%]

Gary Loveman [2%]

Alex Yemenidjian [1%]

Sam Nazarian [0%]

Donny Osmond [3%]

Ron Keel [3%]

Dana White [1%]

A Ferttita Brother To Be Named Later [3%]

Howard Stutz [1%]

John Unwin [2%]

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Comments & Discussion:

I would have voted for Steve Wynn in his earlier Mirage/Bellagio/Treasure Island (not TI) days. But now he's just a bit nuts, and is trying too hard to appeal to the night club crowd. Or the overseas market.

I went with my 2nd choice of Little Nicky, although Uncle Sheldy would be a solid choice. My 1st choice of Robin Leach, unfortunately didn't make the cut.

I went with David Copperfield because of his magical powers. Isn't that a job requirement for Pope?

Penn Jilette. We need an atheist pope.

@dpanagrosso: That is exactly why I would vote for Steve Nuts Wynn. The Vatican and Wynn Las Vegas have a lot in common. Both are desperately seeking for new followers/costumers. Steve did a great job in destroying the great artworks once made his resort famous for, substituting them for cheap looking restaurants and clubs/pool parties. Maybe, that is what should be done at Saint Peter Cathedral. Bring down all those artworks and put a club there to attract the brainless young crowd. Habemus Papam: Steve I.

LeoNYC - I think you may be onto something. The Catholic church is always looking for ways to bring in the youth. Can we book a guest DJ for the St. Peters? Maybe a Kardashian is available for the opening. Long live Pope Steve I!!!

Sadly, my first choice of the "no-no-no" guy in those Caesar's responsible gambling commercials isn't an option.

Only one man could fill the papal robe: Roy Horn

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