Grifters Gotta Grift

Coach Dave has a hurricane Harvey relief message:

“Please, don’t send your donations to the Salvation Army and please don’t send them to the American Red Cross. Please don’t do that. Please. Send them to us and we will take what we get and we will take it from Christian to Christian. This is critical. Now is the time for people to be taught to depend on the church, depend on God, not on the government.”

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10 Responses to Grifters Gotta Grift

  1. The Salvation Army will certainly be rather surprised to find that they are a governmental organization, not a religious one….

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  2. “Time for people to learn to depend on God”

    Yeah, Somehow I don’t think the poor folks on the roof is gonna much care who sent that Coast Guard helicopter. Also too,

    “Uhhh, Coach Dave? This is the same God who just fucked up Texas’ shit big time, right?”

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  3. osirisopto says:

    As we all know there is no regulation capping the administrative fees taken out of donations to a “charitable” organization.

    Back in the ’90’s it was quite teh (sic) scandal that one organization known for aggressively seeking donations for the benefit of something actually passed along a whopping 3% of donations to the people it was purporting to help.

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  4. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    I have decided that the charities I will give to are the San Antonio Food Bank and the Austin-based Central Texas Food Bank. Better to give to locals who don’t have highly paid executives. A lot of evacuees are ending up in SA and Austin.

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  5. paul fredine says:

    of course they’ll take it ‘from christian to christian’….after they take their appropriate cut. after all, jesus has his expenses, doncha know.

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