Charitable Giving by Liberals is Embarrassing

December/24/2017 8:51AM
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Merry Christmas

It’s the time of the year when we think it’s better to give than to receive. As I sat down to do my end of the year charities I wondered what my liberal friends were doing. I stopped by my local shelter for homeless vets and dropped a Franklin on the desk then came back the next day and dropped one a friend gave me to drop, I wondered if my liberal neighbors even stopped by.

Liberals and their political party, the democrats are the party of the people. The downtrodden, the unemployed, the immigrants, and the needy. Right? Wrong! Here’s how it works folks. Democrats want charitable giving to be just another form of income redistribution.

I suspected my liberal friends were just as hypocritical about charity as they are about everything else. Here’s proof.

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If, however, you zero in on giving that is heavier or lighter than the middle range (the bars pictured here), you find that the parties differ a lot. Democrats and Independents both had many zero-to-very-light givers (less than $100 for the year), and modest numbers of heavier givers. Republicans, in comparison, had comparatively few skinflints, and numerous serious donors—31 percent sharing at least $1,000 with charity, versus 17 percent among Democrats, and 20 percent among Independents.


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Does this trend continue by state and city?

Giving by cities and states

This from the Huffington Post of all places.

So, I rest my case. Liberals have the same approach to charity as they have to environmental issues, for example. The biggest advocates for the environment are the perverts in Hollywood. The multi-home owning, private jet traveling, limo riding, hypocrites. I would guess their tax returns would show they donate just like the rest of the liberals.

See, here’s the deal. Democrats favor the government handle the need for charity. Collect more taxes from the most productive members of society and they can sit on the sidelines and feel good about their votes.

Maybe next time I go to the homeless veteran shelter I’ll stop by my sanctimonious liberal neighbors and pick up a Franklin. Can’t wait for that conversation.

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  1. Tom Reynolds says:

    Good thing you stop by and see your conservative friends!!!!!! Great year for your blog. You and some of your friends called Trumps victory way before he was elected. It was nice of Hillary to call us Deplorables. I was very lucky and blessed to get a preview of Bill’s book. Everyone should read it and especially teenagers and college kids. It was awesome. Merry Christmas and Happy New to everyone.

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