Aug 11, 2009

The poor here are set; give abroad instead.

Blog source: http://www.blogger.com/post-create.g?blogID=4375505699500077798

My apologies to the Churches in the US but, I think people need to send their donations to the churches in the third world. Over here, the poor have food stamps, rental subsidy, unemployment benefits and other government programs. The churches here are air-conditioned with fresh cut flowers artistically arranged. The priest's vestments have golden threads and the statues are commisoned art works. My parish built a belfry with bells that play a tune. And the churches here have millions e.g. in CT the priests stole 2 million. (Sorry for airing the dirty laundry.)

Abroad, the children forage in the trash for food. When they're sick, they cry in anguish with their guardians who weep helplessly with them. Their shelter is from cardboards, their clothes from tattered rags. Later, they become parents and the vicious cycle gets perpetuated unless someone intervenes to cross out that pattern.
For details about the video, search the web for the ANCOP foundation. Donations there are tax deductable and fully documented.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9K-NP8pTzXQ

Another charity can be found at. www.foodforthepoor.org

Argumentum ad baculum

BTW, I am not a Republican. I used to be a Democrat (in spirit) back in the 60s with JFK. I would have marched with MLK because I am colored too. But now, I cannot be a Democrat because of their support of abortion rights. It is immoral and godless to murder people - no matter how small.

The video below shows how they try to muscle their version of the health care reform.
Also, I don't remember the GOP using thugs to push their agenda; that's called "argumentum ad baculum" or make a muscle. It is a fallacy because you don't reason things out anymore. Is this Obama's way?

Source http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zTXBOgPCh9w

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