But Nader said that another entity taking over for the NYRA in six months under the same business environment "is similar to Einstein's definition of insanity – you're going to do the same thing over and over and over again and expect a different result.''
Nader said unless there is a dramatic change in the NYRA business model, created in 1955 before the introduction of OTBs, lotteries and casinos in neighboring states, "There's no real chance to succeed.''
Nader acknowledged it would take a "minor miracle'' to make the necessary changes in the next six months. "His immediate call to action is, at least, refreshing,'' Nader said of Bruno. "Someone in a high-ranking position who has the knowledge of the industry is willing to step up and address the fact that the model needs to be improved.''
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