Apparently, after being summarily dumped by the IRS the Republican Party thinks I have potential.
While I should be flattered being part of the most wanted demographic I rather impart some other ideas for the Republicans to practice.
Actually, just one...
Give all your money away...you too Mitt.
Here is a list of charities I think you should think about
One Brick chapters are 100% volunteer-run! We have no employees... we don't even maintain an office. But we DO have a lot of dedicated volunteers who make it all happen.
Doggie Protective Services
Doggie Protective Services is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, volunteer-driven, animal rescue organization. We do not have a kennel--all of our animals live in a network of foster homes from Southern California to Las Vegas to Northern California.
More than 50 years ago, a group of concerned parents who had special needs children came together to change the way young people with developmental disabilities were treated. These courageous parents believed that their kids deserved the same opportunities as everyone else.
Humanity for Horses
Our hearts were completely broken when a law was passed that horses can now be slaughtered in the USA. Therefore, we decided to do something about it. On May 25, 2012 the mission of Humanity for Horses married the already existing Run for Home Haven, a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing thoroughbreds. Our goal together is to rescue and sanctuary 144 horses along with any other animals that come with them. We hope to achieve this by 2013. To date, we have rescued 51 horses and brought together Thoroughbreds, Mustangs, Morgans and Quarter horses.