Like the pastors who called on Nike to lower its prices, the Dallas chapter of the NAACP, too, has lost its damn mind. The group is calling for an end to the Texas state lottery, saying the game drains the finances of low-income ticket-buyers who can least afford it, especially minorities. Chapter president Dr. Juanita Wallace says: "It's an addiction. Many, many people have actually spent all their money in hope of getting out of a situation, when in fact, they're getting themselves into a worse situation." We've got two words for the NAACP: Personal responsibility. That is all.