John McCain and his drug addict trophy wife, Cindy, move their charitable donations through the aptly named John and Cindy McCain Foundation, of which Cindy is the chairman and president. These two are by far the biggest donors to this charity, which has donated more than a million dollars to America’s poor, starving, illegal Mexicans living secretly in McCain’s basement. The McCain’s favorite charities are those most in need: the various liberal elite private schools that his children attended, and which afford him tax breaks.
Name one good thing John McCain has done, and you’ll find out that it’s a form of mild treason to every branch of the government:
Between 2001 and 2006, McCain contributed roughly $950,000 to the foundation. That accounted for all of its listed income other than for $100 that came from an anonymous donor. During that same period, the McCain foundation made contributions of roughly $1.6 million. More than $500,000 went to his kids’ private schools, most of which was donated when his children were attending those institutions. So McCain apparently received major tax deductions for supporting elite schools attended by his children.
The Foundation has also “given large amounts to medical causes of various kinds, with a focus on craniofacial research, and the Halo Trust, a landmine-clearing organization.” All we’re hearing is private school nurse’s offices, Xbox video games for private school kids, and private school terrorists.
John McCain’s Charitable Contributions [Harpers]