Petition Closed
Petitioning Everyone and 8 others

Limit charitable tax deductions for religious contributions.

For A religious  vs. B purely altruistic-humanist activities, allow charitable credit for only B .  This will (a) allow the First Amendment to The Constitution to be truly honored (b) enable scientific advances to be less obstructed (c) result in fewer mega-wealthy televangelists to be on a proxy entitlement system that enables them to use our tax dollars to buy corporate jets, multiple homes, carry family members on their tax protected payrolls (d) force 2,000 year old religious sects which should have ironed out the wrinkles by now to scrutinize their systems and finally lessen or eliminate abuse of parishioners or children (e) bring about change in the way people view the religious idea subset within the supernatural universe of concepts and permit better economy & targeting in the utilization of resources that would have been wasted on the supernatural.

Letter to
Everyone
Representative Susan Davis
Senator Barbara Boxer
and 6 others
U.S. House of Representatives
U.S. Senate
California State House
California State Senate
President of the United States
California Governor
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Everyone.

For A religious vs. B purely altruistic-humanist activities, allow charitable credit for only B . This will (a) allow the First Amendment to The Constitution to be truly honored (b) enable scientific advances to be less obstructed (c) result in fewer mega-wealthy televangelists to be on a proxy entitlement system that enables them to use our tax dollars to buy corporate jets, multiple homes, carry family members on their tax protected payrolls (d) force 2,000 year old religious sects which should have ironed out the wrinkles by now to scrutinize their systems and finally lessen or eliminate abuse of parishioners or children (e) bring about change in the way people view the religious idea subset within the supernatural universe of concepts and permit better economy & targeting in the utilization of resources that would have been wasted on the supernatural.

Sincerely,