October 16, 2012 (MASHPEE) _ Gov. Deval Patrick calls "very frustrating" the federal government's rejection of a casino compact the state had reached with the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe. Patrick plans to reopen negotiations but offered no timetable on when a revised compact might be completed. He would not indicate whether he might agree to lower the percentage of gambling revenues the state would receive if a tribal casino was built in Taunton. The Bureau of Indian Affairs said the 21.5% revenue allotment was too high and would hurt the tribe. Patrick noted the state and the tribe negotiated the compact in good faith and it was wrong for the feds to substitute their judgment for that of the two parties.