Discussion in 'Military' started by 2ndAmendment, Oct 7, 2012.
I hope so.
Yep. Not that it's anyone's business.
I don't donate to any cause that has a benefit to human beings. Not even veterans.
Yes, I hear ya.
Note, I'm not asking how much ... I'm just hoping people are donating to those who gave everything. It's so important.
Well, I place Veterans at the top of my donate list. However, I also donate to no-kill pet shelters, if that's what you're referring to. Another good cause.
I give homeless Vets cigarettes and beer. Not that it is anybody's buisness.
If so, and you happen to have any excess .45 ACP ammo lying around, I would be tickled to see it got a good home.
I donate to three charities and none of them helps the war veterans.
Needless to say alleged Veteran related organizations should be investigated before you donate. Just a tip, it's better to donate anonymously because they will pester you forever and sell your name to other people who will pester you forever. It's not a good idea to donate more than a buck to those "veterans" who have a sign around their necks at shopping centers. Years ago when I worked in a penal institution I recognized an inmate who was just released and sure enough he had a sign that claimed to be a veteran.
Granny says lock `em up an' throw away the key...
Millions meant for veterans pocketed by suspect 'charities'
May 13, 2013 Millions of dollars meant for veterans has been stolen by con men or misspent by charities in recent years, according to Ohio officials who tell the Dayton Daily News they are stepping up enforcement.
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