Here's a tip from the Better Business Bureau: The Brady Campaign To Disarm Citizens does not measure up to the BBB's critera for accountability. Might as well put that quarter in the gumball machine -- at least you'll know where it's going.
Speaking of "at least you'll know..." one of the failures is, they're not tellin' BBB what security measures (if any) are in place to protect personal information that is collected. Ooops.
BUILDING A 1:1 BALUN
2 years ago
Being as they're selling their membership list, I can see why they left that little tidbit out.
Chief Executive : Paul Helmke, President
Well we know what Paul's price is now.
We know what he admits to getting. He might be a lot cheaper.
And the campaign has always been Sarah Brady's free money machine.
Hey- better them than someone effective.
In contrast, the BBB gives the NRA an A-.
I assume this is in reference to the fact that the Brady Bunch has changed their fundraising angle on facebook to mGIVE.
Their old system only garnered $159 from 1059 "members."
They're toast with no butter, no jam.
Why did it take them so long to come to this decision?
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