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Thursday, June 23, 2011

Liberalism is a mental disorder

The mental illness of Liberalism is spreading.


Mentally ill Liberal sends mystery check for $10,000 to cash strapped Los Angeles County;  donor writes 'God Bless You'

Dr. Michael Savage is right.  Liberalism is indeed a mental disorder.  Only an insane Liberal would donate $10,000 to help a "needy" government.  How these people are able to function every day, dress and feed themselves is beyond me.

To a Liberal only a "crazy" person would give money to a charity helping little orphan children in India when you can help needy SEIU members in Los Angeles.

The Los Angeles County auditor-controller’s office received a $10,000 cashier’s check on May 5 from an anonymous donor in Washington state, says the Los Angeles Times. Accompanying the check was a note that read: “In this time of economic difficulties, governments need all the help they can get. Please put this anonymous check to good use. God bless you.”
The insanity of Liberalism is getting worse.  Now
the bleeding hearts give their money to
"needy" governments instead of charities
to help the poor.

Assistant Auditor-Controller John Naimo said the only way officials could know if the check was valid was if they deposited it — and to their surprise, the check cleared.

“This doesn’t exactly happen every day,” Naimo said. “People donate to the county but it’s usually done with the accompanied recognition or with a designation to a particular program. I’ve never seen anything like this before.”

The money was not earmarked for anything specific, Naimo said, so it was put into the county’s general fund. Auditor-Controller Wendy Watanabe has shared the information with the Board of Supervisors and the board will be asked to acknowledge and accept the donation at a July 5 meeting.

Though officials know nothing about the donor — except that the envelope was postmarked from Everett, Wash. — Naimo said they hope the benefactor will hear of the county’s appreciation.

“If they’re paying attention to any news accounts of it, hopefully they’ll have the satisfaction of knowing that we received the money and will put it to good use,” Naimo said.

--- Los Angeles Times

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