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Response to Dragonfli (Reply #6)

Wed May 15, 2013, 06:51 PM

9. I'm with you on this point...

are these so called groups really engaged in Social Welfare for the common good? What proof is there that all of these group do spend for the general welfare of the community? I think that this will come out one day that in fact all of these groups were nothing more than political front groups just for the collection of campaign money, that'll be used for local, state and federal elections campaign.

Remember, 501(c)4 organizations do have limited political lobbying, over that of a 501(c)3 organization. My greatest thought is that all of these so called 501(c)4, will eventually apply for government grants to further there so called social welfare programs. Anyone needs a new gun range in their community, to educate the people on gun safety and such gun nonsense. 501(c)4 organizations can apply for grants for something like this.

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