MN Observer is still at it. Here is a comment on my previous assertion that the "challenge" by MN Observer to donate to her Crohn's charity might be objectionable because the organization lobbies for the very legislation that many have opposed.
No, you folks were supposed to donate, and I set up a third party - Flash - who was acceptacle to Mr. Bordkorb as the fiscal agent. Mr. Brodkorb assured me that the generosity of his colleagues was so great that the $100 goal would be reached "very quickly."
Flash received not one penny from Mr. Bordkorb's friends, the ones who insisted that they had nothing against Crohn's sufferers.
Stingy is a word that comes to mind.
To review, the issue was not the fiscal agent. The issue was whether the money would go for lobbying. Don't expect cooperation in a charity effort if your first resort is to insult your fundraising partners.
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