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Atheist Says Government Gives "Superior Benefits" Over Charity

Tad13 Wrote: Sep 06, 2012 8:48 AM
What it really means is that Republican give more to charity because they're more afraid of going to hell.
Larry 209 Wrote: Sep 06, 2012 11:29 AM
The Demos. are a bunch of NUTS. They are dangerous to OUR country. They are becoming more dangerous every day. We have to do something about all of this. Not just talk, ACTION. If the little MUSLIM PUNK and LIAR gets his way WE will be like the JEWS were. Not to far wrong. Think about it. He wants to be able to proclaim Marshall Law, he has control of the banks and could take all of our money and make it look like a glitch. I don't trust the little PUNK one bit. He has to GO. The man is EVIL. I pity us. We are letting these FOOLS do us in. It's time to get on them. Concerned AMERICAN and HISPANIC against the little MUSLIM PUNK and his TRACTOR JAW wife. Remember the one, you can put lipstick on a PIG and it's still a PIG?.Michelle is that p
Dan107 Wrote: Sep 06, 2012 10:04 AM
No Tad, it means the republicans show far more compassion for the plight of others than liberals. Why else would liberals subscribe to the trickle up poverty system of economics?
rhanson Wrote: Sep 06, 2012 11:00 AM
Contributions to religious organizations are tax exempt even if the organizations use the money to build palaces, as the Mormans do . So in fact because they get a tax break for these donations the rest of society is paying to support these religions sort of schechy on the first amendment I think.
8411c Wrote: Sep 06, 2012 8:55 AM
I think the whole country has had a taste of hell the last four years. And they don't like it.

And then the Dems boo God.

Like God's going to miss that.

Pity the fools. Really do.

A new study produced by the Chronicle of Philanthropy shows that 14 out of the top 20 states in charitable giving are red, or Republican states, while 12 of the bottom 15 are blue, or Democrat states.

“The nation's sharp political divide can provide a clue to fundraisers,” writes the Chronicle. “The eight states that ranked highest in The Chronicle's analysis voted for John McCain in the last presidential contest while the seven lowest-ranking states supported Barack Obama.”

The study also found that the more religious states- which also happen to be more Republican- tend to give more than the...

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