Yesterday Mitt Romney turned a previously scheduled campaign event in Ohio into a hurricane relief event. Romney asked supporters to bring canned goods and other supplies to help storm victims recover on the East Coast. He only spoke for ten minutes at the event and quickly jumped in to help load supplies. His campaign bus has been accepting hurricane relief donations since Monday in Northern Virginia. Sounds like a great idea right? Not according to MSNBC. Reporters and anchors at the far-left TV outlet were appalled at Romney's efforts to give back to the community, after all, his charity and...
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The Red Cross does fine work, but for more "bang for the buck", consider donating to The Salvation Army. The Salvation Army has been on the scene more many disasters, offering material aid and comfort to those who have suffered in these disasters. The red kettle you see around Christmastime is to help those who may not have a Christmas dinner or gifts for their children. The Salvation Army has been there well before the Red Cross at disasters, many times before the winds have died down. When Katrina struck, our Officers (ministers) were deployed from all over. Volunteers also went as volunteers to man the canteens, offering food and supplies, as well as helping with the cleanup afterward. The Salvation Army is still working in Haiti.
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