by Igor Volsky Posted on October 4, 2014
This should speak for itself. Be sure to read their last robo-mail response!
I say “last” because my young friend Kevin has persuaded me to send such fecal matter straight to the junk file without wasting time on it.
Guess what, asshats! I do remember that fable. You’ve treated me as if I were a simpering sucker. You may have been right in that assessment, but you were wrong in making your contempt so obvious.
Henceforth I will donate money only to (a) candidates whom I know personally, and (b) campaigns to get money out of politics altogether. Period!
Georgia senate candidate David Perdue told a local radio station on Friday that his Democratic opponent Michelle Nunn may be associated with terrorist organizations though he later admitted that his campaign did not investigate the charge.…
In 2003, MissionFish, an arm of Points of Light, signed an agreement with Ebay that would allow users to donate to charities through MissionFish on a tax-exempt basis. One of the thousands of charities verified by MissionFish is Islamic Relief USA, a group that is not listed on any terrorist watch lists and “remains an eBay Giving Works-approved charity.”
Neil Bush, son of President George H.W. Bush and chairman of Points of Light, has called on Perdue to renounce the spot. “To attack an organization founded by my father, whose integrity is unimpeachable, to smear our organization for political gain, is in my opinion shameful,” Bush said. Nunn has also produced an advertisement that tries to shame Perude for the attack.…
But the businessman isn’t backing down. During an interview with a local NBC affiliate, Perdue dismissed the findings of fact checkers who have called the charge bogus, saying, “the people who debunked it, I’m not sure they’ve investigated.” Asked if his campaign has looked into the charge before producing the ad, Perdue admitted that it had not. “No, that came out of her plan,” he reiterated.