So I'm sitting here working dilegently and I get an email, Stating how out of line I am, and what makes one charitable recipant more deservad than another and who am I to judge how the money is spent. Come on, Really!!!!!
Here's the deal so I am clear, I don't care what you do with the money that comes from a charitable donation. But, how can one person say that spending money on car parts and computer parts is a worthy expenditure when you are claiming you are in debt to the eyeballs. I mean if you sell your car to pay bills then need to purchase a new car, OK. But if that car is a Ferrari and you sold a Yugo. Well, lets just say that I don't know if that's a "Get out of debt" move. Sell your 26" TV, Buy a 70" plasma, again not a smart business move. We could do this all day.
Now knowing what I know, I am very hesitant to donate anything, anywhere.
All's I'm saying is be cautious when donating, unless its liquid cash that you don't care about an I know we all have that laying around. And if your asking for a receipt to deduct it, are you doing it for the right reasons???? I'm sure that will spark another politically motivated email
Let me know what you think.
Just so there are no confusions, I am not speaking of the Baby Leah fund listed below. That is about as worthy cause as I can see.