Do you donate to our Veterans?

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  1. 2ndAmendment
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    I hope so.

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    Yep. Not that it's anyone's business.
     
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    I don't donate to any cause that has a benefit to human beings. Not even veterans.
     
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    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.

    thank you.
     
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    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.
     
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    I give homeless Vets cigarettes and beer. Not that it is anybody's buisness.
     
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    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.
     
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    I donate to three charities and none of them helps the war veterans.
     
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    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.
     
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    Granny says lock `em up an' throw away the key...
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    Millions meant for veterans pocketed by suspect 'charities'
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