For Just Pennies a Day, You Can Change a Life

 

For just pennies a day, you could help an ungrateful U.S. citizen move to the country of their choice. Just pennies a day!

YOU can change a life and sponsor a family as they begin a new life in a foreign country.

When you decide to sponsor a family, you’ll receive a picture of the family, and periodic updates. You will SEE where and how your money is being spent and how YOU are changing the life of a family, by sending them to another country.

And, you can send THEM a postcard, detailing how things have improved in the U.S. since they have left.

As a souvenir, you’ll also get their canceled U.S. passports, as a keepsake, suitable for framing.

If I told you changing a life was this easy, and less than three cups of organic, rainforest-approved, Gaia-blessed chicory per day, or even that cat poo Indonesian stuff,  wouldn’t you say, “yes,”?

If I told you Sally Struthers was involved, would you be MORE eager to take that step? Would that be enough blinding star power to convince you?

Step up and make a difference. The need is greater than ever before. For just pennies a day, YOU can change a life.

(I will, of course, provide my bank account number for your non-refundable, non-tax-deductible, non-traceable donation, if you choose to change a life.)

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  1. Arahant Member
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    Where are we sending them?

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  2. Randy Webster Member
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    Arahant (View Comment):

    Where are we sending them?

    Away.

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  3. Rodin Member
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    Can we start with Nancy Pelosi?

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  4. Dotorimuk Coolidge
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    Arahant (View Comment):

    Where are we sending them?

    Ghana has had, in the recent past, open doors to the disgruntled descendants of slaves.

    Of course people of any race may apply, if they live in the U.S. and as of yet are not gruntled.

     

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  5. Flicker Coolidge
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    Arahant (View Comment):

    Where are we sending them?

    How about “cities in the North, such as Maubeuge, the urban area of ​​Denin or even Roubaix where “the situation is taking on worrying proportions.”‘

    Or, “Among the other cities that would be affected by Islamism, some are more unexpected: Annemasse (Haute-Savoie), Bourg-en-Bresse (Ain), Oyonnax (Ain), or Bourgoin-Jallieu (Isère). According to this same prefect, there is “the appearance of microterritories which are becoming salafized in improbable areas”, such as Nogent-le-Rotrou, in Eure-et-Loir.”

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  6. Basil Fawlty Member
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    Dotorimuk: For just pennies a day, you could help an ungrateful U.S. citizen move to the country of their choice.

    His or her choice.

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  7. Randy Webster Member
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    Basil Fawlty (View Comment):

    Dotorimuk: For just pennies a day, you could help an ungrateful U.S. citizen move to the country of their choice.

    His or her choice.

    No.   Dotorimuk had it right, bigot.

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  8. Randy Webster Member
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    Arahant (View Comment):

    Where are we sending them?

    I think I should have said “Who cares?”

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