I Can’t Afford To Give To Charity Because I am Paying For Pygmy Music In The Congo

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Everywhere you look, they are throwing away our tax money. We are paying for other countries to preserve their cultures and language. One such program has some fairly inexplicable beneficiaries: “The program provided $6 million in grants during 2010, including $575,000 to preserve an 18th Century Mongolian monastery, $30,466 to document traditional Pygmy music in the Congo, $47,000 to preserve carpet weaving traditions in Kazakhstan, and $39,000 to restore 19th Century furniture at the Anton Chekhov House Museum in Ukraine.”

We are paying for the UN population fund (400 million), Asian development fund (60 million) and God knows what else…Read about it here and start voting against this waste: Eric Cantor’s You Cut

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