More Major Charities Yank Mar-A-Lago Galas: American Red Cross, Susan G. Komen, And Salvation Army

The Washington Post reports:

The Salvation Army, the American Red Cross and Susan G. Komen on Friday joined a growing exodus of organizations canceling plans to hold fundraising events at the Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, deepening the financial impact to President Trump’s private business amid furor over his comments on Charlottesville.

The Red Cross said it would cancel its annual fundraiser at the club because “it has increasingly become a source of controversy and pain for many of our volunteers, employees and supporters,” the charity said in a statement Friday.

Susan G. Komen, the nation’s largest breast-cancer fundraising group, said Friday it would seek another venue after hosting its “Perfect Pink Party” gala at Mar-a-Lago every year since 2011.

And the Salvation Army, which has held a gala at the club every year since 2014, said in a statement that it would not hold its event there “because the conversation has shifted away” from its mission of helping those in need.

That makes seven major galas in the last 24 hours.

  • bkmn

    Dear Don Jr, Ivanka and Eric, can you show us on your brand where Daddy fucked you?

  • james1200

    El Presidente is tweeting again! Kinda.

    http://s.faketrumptweet.com/j6i5uubm_oykltq_kfplad.png

  • Jean-Marc in Canada
  • Tomcat

    SHAME on them for even booking there in the first place.

    • Phil2u

      A-the-damned-men…. what were Red Cross and Salvation Army (ugh) even thinking when booking that ostentatious site?

      • “Curry Trump’s favor and hope nobody notices or objects too loudly.”

      • Tatonka

        They thought that Republican donors would love it there.

      • laura

        When you’re courting 100k donations, you don’t hold fundraisers at McDonald’s. Glad they finally pulled out.

        • RoFaWh

          These big-money charities seem to be little more than mechanisms for transferring wealth from one of the hyper-rich to another. I give the Red Cross, say, $1 million, they increase their president’s salary by just that amount.

          • Nowhereman

            I agree. I don’t have much money to donate, but what I do have goes to local youth groups and senior care. No middle man. These big “charities” have become an industry in and of themselves. And I HATE the ASPCA and wildlife fund ads. If they can spend the money to put 90 second ads on TV every 15 minutes, they don’t need my money.

          • RoFaWh

            I extremely rarely contribute to any charity for just such reasons. However, there is one animal charity that appears to be on the up and up: Wildlife Aid, in Surrey, England. They have many videos on Youtube of the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of injured wild animals: hedgehogs, foxes, deer, ducks, buzzards, kites, slow worms, etc.

            A couple of weeks ago, I sent them a modest, but not (I’d like to believe) insignificant donation.

            Now, when I watch a video of a swan beating up a someone rescuing a cygnet trapped in a fence, I can think “I helped pay for a few of those bruises”.

            I know charity begins at home, but Wildlife Aid is not some penny-ante outfit in someone’s back yard.

    • netxtown

      I’m wondering how the Komen Foundation could EVEN think about booking the pussy-grabber-in-cheif’s cash cow. WhereTF was their head???

      • Skokieguy [Larry]

        Let’s walk to raise awareness for breast cancer.

        Is there anyone who is NOT fucking aware of breast cancer?

        • Todd20036

          Trump

          • RoFaWh

            He’s fat enough with big enough moobs that breast cancer is certainly something his GP is keeping an eye open for. Or would be, if he had a decent GP.

          • Rocco

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          • Rocco

            Lol

        • Nowhereman

          I’d like to see them stop with all the pink tee shirts and ribbons and such and spend that money on actual care and prevention. Who makes all the money on that merchandise, anyway? And the exorbitant salaries of the executive staffs of these “charities” is sinful. But silly me, I’m for single payer, cradle to grave health care to begin with.

          • Skokieguy [Larry]

            Exactly. Fundraising spent to have funds to fund raise. And some of the breast cancer charities have partnered with cosmetics companies on ‘feel good’ kits to help women feel ‘beautiful’, which separate from the whole issue of makeup and beauty, many cosmetic and personal care products contain cancer causing chemicals. The last thing someone going through chemo needs is increase their toxic load at a time when the body’s at its most fragile.

            But the cosmetic companies earn compassion points through their pinkwashing…

          • Nowhereman

            “Pinkwashing” . I like that.

        • jerry

          And then sue any other charitable organization that dares use our copyrighted phrase “For The Cure”.

        • stuckinthewoods

          They were actually planning a walk to raise awareness for silicone implant leakage. Trump’s property came to mind.

      • boatboy_srq

        Too busy plotting the end of Planned Parenthood, no doubt.

        But of course there’s nothing racist/sexist/bigoted about cutting off women’s health services, no sir.

        /s

      • TampaZeke

        I called Komen out here a few weeks ago and caught holy hell. They are a fucking SCAM. They are part of the Breast Cancer Awareness Industry. They’ve just been very good at promoting themselves with their pink ribbon walks and their heart touching marketing. It’s kind of the way the Koch brother’s present themselves as selfless philanthropists and environmentalists in their propaganda ads.

        • BlindBill

          they sue anyone that uses pink ribbons or “for the cure” – they are from the 45 school deplorable people – they get of cut of every one who uses their name, trademark, and copyrighted material and have lawyers on retention to make sure that those who do not pay them voluntarily, wishes they had.

        • netxtown

          In my not-so-humble opinion, their cancellation to the trump dump pulled back the curtain. Seems the fan dancers at HRC aren’t the only ones who “work it” over an overpriced cocktail…

          I knew I should have taken dance lessons……

      • BlindBill

        it is an not-for-profit organization that pays the top officers very very well – just so happens that they are housewives of Wealthy republicans …. I am guessing that they fully support 45 and the alt-right, but are “gun shy” after they voted to cutoff planned parenthood from their list of recipient organizations ….. if the “masses” might turn off the paycheck/party/gala money spigot then they will not risk it …..

      • Grumpy Old Man

        Remember that the asshat president of Komen tried to remove Planned Parenthood from their funding?
        http://www.latimes.com/business/hiltzik/la-fi-mh-susan-g-komen-20140108-story.html

    • justmeeeee

      Nancy Brinker’s as right-wing as they come.

  • Tomcat

    Next I will see the Clinton initiative booked there.

  • Yalma Cuder-Zicci

    What was Susan G. Komen doing having their fund raiser at this misogynist’s property in the first place?

    • Stev84

      I thought they’d been thoroghly established to be assholes after they hired Karen Handel and cancelled funding for Planned Parenthood?

      • Yes, whatever they used to be they are only a get rich scheme for the less fortunate top 5% now.

      • kareemachan

        They kicked her out and reversed the decision, so I can see where if you want to try to get rich idiot FL repug retirees to give you money, you might hold it there.

        And try not to gag.

    • boatboy_srq

      Celebrating Secretary Price’s defunding of Planned Parenthood, no doubt.

  • Rex

    I don’t imagine they’ll host Steve Bannon’s going away party either.

    • Uncle Mark

      Which is especially tragic, since Mar-A-Largo suddenly all these open days.

  • Judas Peckerwood

    Hit him where it really hurts — the wallet AND the ego!

    • RoFaWh

      How about a series of TV specials on “Donald J. Drumpf, former 45th President of the United States, his stupidities and ignorances, and why he should be viewed worse than the worst homeless black dude”???

      I put the “black” in there to potentiate the insult to the crazy old fascist’s ego.

  • Ninja0980

    Not enough.
    They all need to cancel.

  • Tomcat

    SUCK UPS ALL OF THEM.

  • kevin000

    Maybe they can get NAMBLA?

    • popebuck1

      Nah. They’re probably mad he fired Bannon.

      • ohbear1957

        Nah. They didn’t want to sully their reputation.

  • coram nobis

    Meanwhile, at the White House, the President’s Arts and Humanities committee has resigned. What Donald would want with arts or humanities is beside the point; they have had enough after the “many sides” talk.

    http://www.sfgate.com/entertainment/the-wrap/article/President-s-Arts-and-Humanities-Committee-11941546.php

    Unlike the CEOs that resigned after Charlottesville, causing Trump to end the Manufacturing Jobs Initiative and Strategy & Policy Forum, the PCAH is an official agency, making it the first White House department to resign. Melania Trump is the honorary chair of the committee as First Lady.

    • popebuck1

      They were mostly holdovers from Obama. I doubt 45 even knew the thing existed.

      • coram nobis

        Then I’m surprised they stuck around this long.

        • -M-

          I’m sure they were surprised he never got around to firing them.

      • TrollopeReader

        I’m sure he’ll appoint Ted Nugent and call it complete.

        • Lumpy Gaga

          Ted is gently encouraged to drop “Great White Buffalo” from his set list.

      • Adam King

        I wonder if his aides will even bother to mention it to him.

        • popebuck1

          If it doesn’t get covered on Fox and Friends – and it won’t – he doesn’t hear about it.

      • Dagoril

        They were all holdovers. He never appointed anyone to that one.

    • bkmn

      Their letter of resignation has a hidden message – look at the first letter of each paragraph.
      https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/10804fc3cb3c07fec60f905e60ba910ce1d8f17eab9d5f581d6594149478c08e.jpg

    • Lumpy Gaga

      Trump at their first meeting: “Two words: Minstrel shows.”

  • bkmn

    I really expected these three orgs would not cancel. They very right wing/Evangelical. When the Palm Beach GOP cancels it is over for Trump.

    • Tulle Christensen

      Red Cross? Never thought of them as right wing, well not any wing all I know is when someones house burns down they find them a place to stay for a few days

      • Adam King

        And pay themselves very handsomely for doing so.

  • Rex

    What a shame, and they just added several slightly used Confederate statues to the gardens.

  • And Donnie’s Potemkin councils are abandoning him, too.
    https://twitter.com/kalpenn/status/898547257062174724

    (Fun fact: The first letter of each paragraph, when assembled, spells RESIST.)

    • -M-

      He never appointed anyone to that council, unless you count other positions that are considered to be on it automatically. These were all people who had intended to remain until he replaced them. [Not criticizing them. Just a background detail.]

      • -M-

        I guess Chachi and Woods didn’t know it existed.

  • Harveyrabbit

    Good. But why the hell were they there in the first place?

    • Gustav2

      One of the few large venues on the island. Palm Beach Police do not give out DUI’s to residents, they follow you home to make sure you got there safely.

  • Jonathan Smith
  • ohbear1957
    • bkmn

      You must have nazi’d the last batch of numbers, they are trending downward.

      • ohbear1957

        Sad.

  • Lazycrockett

    This makes me more happy than Bannon leaving, cause this hurts Drumpfs ego.

    • Ross

      …and wallet.

      • Lazycrockett

        same thing to Drumpf.

  • Nick in Pasadena

    ALL of Trump’s properties need to suffer because of his increasingly-tarnishing brand. I foresee the day when they’re all sold at a drastic discount to Travelodge.

    • bambinoitaliano

      Notice that no one is responsible for his down fall but himself all along.

      • RoFaWh

        Moreover, it is alleged that at least one friend warned the crazy old fascist years ago not to run for President because it would destroy him.

        Good.

    • William

      Travelodge has better taste.

  • ChrisInKansas

    It took long enough, but it’s finally come to this. If you do business or associate with Trump in any way, you are seen as a racist Nazi. There are very few people/businesses that can afford to do that now. I’d be willing to bet that dozens and dozens will abandon him by Monday. I LOVE IT.

  • Tomcat

    Maybe he can book the Confederate Nationalistic Federation gala there?

  • Gigi

    I can understand why the Salvation Army wouldnt have a problem booking the venue, but Susan G. Komen? Trump must be himself. This makes me very happy.

    • Tomcat

      You do know it is NOT a real ARMY, right?

    • bkmn

      Remember that Komen is headed by right wing women (Karen Handel was the VP when they tried to defund Planned Parenthood and the President went along with it). Red Cross is filled with people that were appointed/recommended by W. Sal Army is filled with Evangelicals that think Trump is the new Jeebus.

    • Gustav2

      A bunch of socialites got together and one group got the short straw of charities to throw a ball to raise money.

      But I hear in past decades the SA band always fought with Peter Duchin

  • zhera

    Aww, you mean tRump’s business model of ‘I will own everything and everybody will hand me their money’ has backfired?

    Awww.

  • Lumpy Gaga
  • JWC

    Just heep at’em keep pissin’ him off He will crack

  • Honestly, why would any “charitable” organization wish to have a fundraiser at such an ostentatious place?

    • zhera

      Rich donors are already familiar with the place.

    • bambinoitaliano

      It’s the you rub my back I rub your back type of business relationship they got. Until one of them become a public pariah, they will try to distance themselves and pretend to be shock at what they already know from the beginning.

  • Max_1

    How do you pronounce a White Supremacist’s bunker…
    … MAR-A-LAGO.

    • zhera

      Speaking of… that sounds very Spanish/Hispanic/Mexican. Has Donnie ever thought of that?

      • Max_1

        Only he can fix it…

      • Stubenville

        It’s Spanish; “sea to the lake” I believe.

    • bkmn

      Don’t you mean Mar-a-Grifter?

    • pepón

      Mier-Da-Largo, in Spanish.

      • Karl Dubhe

        To my ears that sounds like ‘a large shit’. 🙂

  • bambinoitaliano

    Fuck! All those pro Nazis and pro KKK speech is killing my businesses! What can I do?!!!! Let’s fire Steve Bannon! He is responsible for all my hate speech. Yup! Hopefully that will fix the bleeding.

    • FAEN

      But it won’t.

      • bambinoitaliano

        I guess that sink hole in front of Mar-a-Largo is not going away anytime soon.

        • Adam King

          I just hope the sink hole that owns it does.

    • Daveed_WOW

      Trump is about to find out that Nazis don’t really have any money. Especially now that they are mostly unemployed.

      • bambinoitaliano

        They spend all their money on guns and ammos oh and OK Cupid subscription fee.

        • Daveed_WOW

          Well, at least OK Cupid will give them their money back.

  • FAEN

    This is how you rattle him to the core-take away his money and mock his tiny doll hands every damn day.

  • madknits

    The Susan Komen Foundation has a poor record for donating the money it raises to actual charity, using the bulk of it to fund their bloated execs.

    The Salvation Army is a conservative and rabidly anti LGBT religious organisation.

    The Red Cross raised a lot of money to help build houses in Haiti after the devastating earthquake there a few years ago, and built fewer than 10 houses. As well as having a bloated payroll for its senior execs.

    Why do these charitable organisations have the funds to hold fund raisers at one of the most expensive venues?

    • Gustav2

      It is not about the fundraising at the ball, it is about the PR.

      • RoFaWh

        The alleged PR, at that.

        • Gustav2

          When we had ‘society pages’ in local newspapers and not TMZ

    • bambinoitaliano

      These fake charitable foundation are afraid to associate with the fake president. They want to continue to scam the donors money and can’t be associate with a con man.

    • Adam King

      It’s much easier to pat oneself on the back while wearing one’s jewels and sipping champagne.

    • Cuberly

      Komen is also very very sue happy. They have a team of lawyers working to drag any other breast cancer charity to court for a myriad of reasons. Frequently they sue because Komen has trademarked the color of pink they use in their logo. They also sue if there’s any verbiage in literature etc.. that comes close to what’s used in Komen materials.

      Komen runs a racket. They work to prop up their own org while they work to undermine other charities. It’s despicable.

      • Oh’behr in Minnesota

        I’m surprised they have not trademarked Breast nor Cancer yet, something so simple, that researchers would have to pay them to put out any articles on research with medical information or updates.

    • Daveed_WOW

      To be fair, they probably plan to hit up the richest people in that region and want to give them an excuse to wear furs and tuxedos. Repulsive, but it’s the only way to separate the rich from their money: give them some chicken ala king and glass of champagne.

    • DoctorDJ

      I gave up contributing to Red Cross after their piss-poor response to Hurricane Sandy.

      http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/red-cross-defends-response-hurricane-sandy-two-years/

      • William

        After wildfires in the Austin area, the Red Cross went on a massive money raising campaign. Hundreds of thousand of dollars (or more) were donated. After many fire victims were left waiting for basic needs, the Red Cross was asked what happened to the money, they said it mostly went to their general fund. A local disaster fund was started soon after. That money goes to people in the Austin area only.

        • Oh’behr in Minnesota

          I recall them doing the same (I think) after Katrina. Putting money into the general fund (which I thought also meant going for staff/executive pay) though I heard it went to future disasters.

          It’s then (post-Katrina) I stopped giving to the American Red Cross. I was living in the San Francisco area at the time and hoped I’d never have to depend on the American Red Cross for any help in an earthquake or wildfire.

          Good thing people there started their own disaster fund for the Austin area.

  • SoCalGal20

    Now let’s get all the events scheduled at the Trump International in DC cancelled!

    • Tomcat

      If New York keeps parking those sanitation dump trucks around it they probably will cancel.

      • Tomcat

        Especially if they fill them first.

        • Stubenville

          I believe they’re filled with sand as car bomb deterrents. But Cheetolini royally deserves them filled with garbage.

      • SoCalGal20

        I’m talking about Trump International in DC. 😉

  • sooo
    much
    winning….
    soooo much…..

    • Jean-Marc in Canada

      I’m exhausted from it all…oh wait, that’s from laughing.

    • Smokey

      Are you tired yet?

      • Karl Dubhe

        I’m tired. But could be energized. 🙂

    • Dagoril

      Wait until the Eric Trump Foundation relocates, the Sadz will be YUGEEE!

  • nocadrummer

    My question is, “Why were they planning on being there in the first place?”

  • TrollopeReader

    Good work …. David Farenthold at the WaPo’s been doing great work on following this !

  • johncAtl

    Hopefully the bookings at Trump hotels have plummeted this week. Trump was angry on Tuesday and he was unhinged. The WH staff better have a sraitjacket ready for this weekend.

  • JWC

    Remember also as people jumped on the Trump Train for brand recognition when it was good Now jump off when it is tarnished and bad for business

    • Jean-Marc in Canada

      That’s something I wonder about. Now that he’s pretty much trashed his own brand, how does he recover? I can’t see how he bounces back from this.

      • JWC

        His following is fickle and shallow with the sincerity of a teardrop on a mirror

      • Karl Dubhe

        He doesn’t. His kids try to keep the real assets of his company going, but I’ll bet they’re too deeply in debt. I doubt they’d be able to keep anything if there’s another bankruptcy.

        Well, if the USA has laws against abusing the bankruptcy laws. 🙂

      • A total and complete buyout of his business by the russians?

      • Stubenville

        I’m not sure the brand can recover. If he sticks out the rest of his term, maybe there will be some value to his name in some parts of the world, but I doubt we’ll see any successful new Trump ventures in North America. i believe his hotels in New York, Florida and D.C. are benefitting from people looking to curry favor from 45, and that will die off when when they realize there’s no quid-pro-quo forthcoming. It’s a non-starter to put your name on a property, when it means over 50% of the population will instantly refuse to stay there.

        • Oh’behr in Minnesota

          His brand will have all the appeal of what, Motel 6?

  • Ninja0980
    • Jean-Marc in Canada

      It’s one of the great universal truths, bigots use the same tired language, no matter where you go.

  • Jean-Marc in Canada

    Totally O/T but still relevant to those who’ve been following what’s been happening with my husband.

    So Esteban’s brother has arrived at the hospital and both he and the husbotter are having a great visit.

    While we were talking, the nurse comes in, gives Esteban his meds and suddenly his brother gasps. He looks at Esteban then at me and asks: “how much is this going to cost your insurance, I mean, he’s been here a week right?” At which point I started to giggle a bit, not being mean of course it just hit me that Jorge has never encountered Canadian Healthcare before. Without missing a beat, as I turned to him to say something, Esteban says: “nothing, we don’t need to have private health insurance, it’s paid for by the citizens through OHIP (Ontario Heath Insurance Plan)” and continues with “relax, we won’t be getting any bills in the mail.” If you could see the look on Jorge’s face at that moment, I thought we were going to need another bed. He thought we were joking, so when the other nurse came in to take vitals, he asked her point blank “how much is this all going to cost my brother?”, to which the nurse replied “nothing, he’s covered through OHIP.” He then sat down, stared at us and said “What the fuck, is this what single payer is?” We all (Sean, who’s from Ireland, which also has single payer) nodded. I just wanted to relay this moment because Jorge seemed genuinely shocked that we wouldn’t be getting any bills.

    That all said, brothers are doing well, Sean and I are giving them some family time. And now back to our regularly scheduled programming….

    • Yes, this is exactly what single-payer is.

      It’s also why many, many U.S. doctors and hospitals would be glad to take it, because they could eliminate 9/10 of their billing and insurance coordination staff instantly.

      • netxtown

        On a visit to my doc, we were yakking about insurance costs. I had already been laid off – so this visit was cash. $75. He told me that if I still had insurance – the bill would have been closer to $300 – just to cover the time and labor to deal with the frigging insurance companies.

        • stuckinthewoods

          Yet years ago between jobs I had a major uninsured accident. Cost = $50,000. I was told that if I’d had insurance, even insurance that wouldn’t pay, I’d have been granted the negotiated rate of $13,000.

          • netxtown

            I have an X that had no coverage – and had a brain blowout. ICU for 2 weeks, then more time in a regular room. Cost? $235,000.

            Of course, at the time, he didn’t have a pot to piss in or a window to throw it out of – so they wrote the whole thing off to charity. Within two years after, both of his parents died – and he became a multi-millionaire (with even more to come). Do you think he remembered any of the people who saved his life?? Not one of them. Not one.

        • William

          My old doctor about 25 years ago had four people on staff to handle records, appointments, billing ets. One day he fired them all and went to cash or check only for office visits. When his nurse got sick and retired, he never hired a replacement.

          A couple days after I stepped on a nail that went way up into my foot I went to see him. The bill for the office visit, tetanus shot and antibiotics was $20.00.

      • bkmn

        Which is why healthcare in the US costs so much compared to countries that have national health plans….

        • stuckinthewoods

          We’re exceptional !

      • Chucktech

        Job killer…

      • greenmanTN

        Like many people, I suspect, I have health issues that need to be addressed but have done nothing about them because I don’t want to rack up many thousands of dollars in hospital bills.

        That’s what it’s like living in a country with “the greatest health care in the world” but our politicians are beholden to lobbyists from the insurance, pharma, and medical groups instead of the people who put them in office.

        Instead of seeking treatment you quietly commit suicide instead.

        • jerry

          I’ve pretty much always had insurance, but haven’t been to a doctor since 1990. Part of that was because of a major fuck-up they did to me in 1989-90, and also seeing family members in hospitals with basically no support staff (like one nurse or orderly per floor), and major screw ups that happened to those family members, and the high rates of infections (staph) in those places. I think I’ve been healthier without them.

          • greenmanTN

            Years ago I went in for what I thought was a simple complaint and ended up in the hospital and thousands of dollars in debt for the part insurance didn’t cover. I decided then, no more doctors ever. If I die, I die. You have to go sometime and no one here gets out alive.

          • jerry

            I’ve occasionally had HIV, and blood sugar and blood pressure tests (negative, and very low on the other 2), but they were at health fairs or similar. In the next couple years, I will probably schedule with a dermatologist to check for skin cancer, but I have no real desire to go for a physical at a GP office.

    • Bluto

      I think I can speak for all of us here, damn glad Esteban is recovering!

      • Indeed! Best wishes and hopes for swift recovery. So glad he’s getting good care.

    • Ninja0980

      Glad he’s doing well.

    • bambinoitaliano

      It’s unfortunate that many Americans do not have the concept of universal healthcare. They have been poisoned by the lobbyists and politicians with the mindset of what is going to cost me to pay for other people’s health care rather than how in time of my need there is a universal coverage to alleviate the burden of my family.

      • We as a people are shrinking in our ability to love our neighbor, especially when it comes to the pocketbook.

        • Oh’behr in Minnesota

          Yes, it’s even to the point that they want government to pay for their road, but not all roads. For their highway, yet not all highways, etc. I feel like telling them, well, don’t use the socialized sewers then, nor public water, walk everyone which isn’t Your Road or Highway, etc. Bring your own water and Piss and Poop Pot and carry your own waste home with you.

        • Steven Jaeger

          it’s been embedded in our national psyche since before the revolution. The independent person, able to build a farm from wilderness, grow the crops for his own clothes, food, etc. Except we are no longer a pre-industrial society farming society. I grew up in with the german burgomeister types who believed in giving of their wealth to help the poor. This whole past 40yrs with the Howard Jarvis crowd here in CA, not wanting to support the many aspects of modern society, cause they don’t do XXX, (whatever crap they don’t support) so they don’t want to pay taxes to support.

      • stuckinthewoods

        It’s never emphasized to Americans that even if their taxes did go up their personal health expense has disappeared.
        But this is a nation that will spend trillions on armaments without a peep.

        • bsinps

          My partner and used Europe several times. I laughed at his expression of shock when the nurses explained to him the there is no charge for any healthcare received. He didn’t understand how single payer worked, even for tourist visiting Europe.

          • sword

            When I planned on visiting Norway, I was told that I needed travel health insurance because I was not a Norwegian citizen! This makes sense, otherwise, the US could save billions by flying moderately sick patients to Norway and having that country pay for their care.

      • William

        My father still spouts the same story he heard in the 70s about universal healthcare equaling long waiting lists, rationing and denial of basic services.

      • Ragnar Lothbrok

        Soshulism!!!

    • JWC

      Good to hear that story and that Esteban is progressing well Hugz and luv to you both and Jorge Yes there is another way

    • bkmn

      Along that line Trump is going to reverse Obama’s order that hospitals have to treat everyone, which means Catholic hospitals could refuse to serve gay folk. When Dems get back in power this needs to be changed via law, not executive orders.

    • Lumpy Gaga

      Fake Good News!!! Everybody knows you die waiting for cardiac care in Canada!!

      (In other health news, South Street now has a Poutinerie. Saw it with my own eyes this morning.)

      • greenmanTN

        True story. 2 years ago I went with a friend to Michigan. We ended up in Sault St Marie and the only thing I wanted to do was eat poutine since I’d never had it before. Eh, it was OK. I preferred the pasties.

        • RoFaWh

          Piker. Schedule your next vacation on Vancouver Island, look me up, and I’ll see about engorging you on Eccles cakes, Nanaimo bars, butter tarts, Cornish pasties, steak and kidney pie, and cod cheeks.

          If you are very polite, I’ll make Grasmere ginger bread and Lonsdale scones for you. (You can buy neither.)

          Be sure to bring a set of clothes two sizes bigger than you normally wear. Also a warm jacket for the cool night air in summer.

          • greenmanTN

            Only if I can make you cornbread, beans, and greens, possibly with my Feta, Bacon, Spinach baked grits.

            Or we could just say fuck it and get some Barbeque.

            https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g54907-d542338-Reviews-Ridgewood_Barbecue-Bluff_City_Tennessee.html

          • RoFaWh

            I was born in South Carolina. Your threats don’t worry me at all. I’m strong, I’m capable, and I know how to eat way too much.

            Now if you offer me black bottom pie or Jeff Davis pie, that’s another story.

          • greenmanTN

            I know a few black bottoms but Jeff Davis pie? I’m not really good at desserts so your choices are limited to Wash Day Cobbler, Dump Cake, or this tart pecan/chocolate ganache I used to make when my mother had to take something for church socials. It’s diabetes on a plate. I might be a heathen but they overlooked it so long as I made that.

      • (((GC)))

        Do they get kickbacks from Philly cardiologists? 🙂 🙂 🙂

    • Gustav2

      “What the fuck, is this what single payer is?”

      DUH!

      • Jean-Marc in Canada

        Well, to be fair, he’s been confused by a lot of double talk stateside. He’s now firmly a single payer supporter. As I said, his look said so much.

        • Gustav2

          I know, the propagandists have done a good job. Most people don’t understand it .

    • Chucktech

      OHIP. How utterly un-American…

    • edrex

      let’s contrast, shall we: my husband has been caring for his 96 yo father who is in assisted living near us. his father was taken to the hospital last march b/c of breathing problems (he’s fine,btw). husband and i were at an event and hub’s phone was off, so he missed the call and his father was transported by ambulance. just this week husband received a $500.00 bill for the ambulance transport alone. that’s $500 for a two mile drive. we’re waiting for the hospital bill.

      • Nowhereman

        Wow! Brace yourself. And where I live, an “ambulance” may be a helicopter air lift, and then if the local hospital can’t handle your issue, you’re put on a medivac jet for a thousand mile flight. Worrying about the cost of that alone is enough to make you flatline.

        • edrex

          i guess you’re not kidding with “nowhere” man.

          • Nowhereman

            I actually live just north of Nowhere, but I can see it from my porch.

      • RoFaWh

        Last winter, I had to call an ambulance to take me to the nearest ER because of intractable pain in the middle of the night. Yes, I received a bill: for $88.

        I paid it as soon as it arrived.

    • GayOldLady

      Best wished to Esteban and you take care too!

    • Nowhereman

      Made me laugh. I have to wonder what in the hell these anti-single payer people are fighting FOR? Dying miserable and bankrupt? Americans can be pretty silly sometimes, and most of them will consistently vote against their own self interests.

      • RoFaWh

        They are among the many frightened and distressed by any change at all.

    • boatboy_srq

      Ditto all the other “yes, this is single payer” comments.

      it’s the flip side of the story I tell. A few years ago, my mother and a cousin both had cataract surgery the same year. Both scheduled the initial procedures about 4 weeks out, both waited 3-4 weeks between eyes, both had satisfactory or better results. The ONE difference: when my cousin (who is covered by UK NHS) was done, she thanked her doctor, shook his hand, signed some forms and walked out of the office; when my mother (in the US, on paltry excuse for private Medicare-plus coverage) was done, she thanked her doctor, shook his hand, wrote a cheque for $6,000.00, signed some forms and walked out of the office. I know which outcome I think is better; YMMV.

    • RoFaWh

      I underwent total replacement of my right knee in February 2016. The only monetary outlay I had to make was for Rx for painkillers and anti-coagulants after release from the hospital.

      Even the Red Cross didn’t charge a penny for the walkers and toilet seat lifter I borrowed from them during convalescence.

      One advantage to this system: they don’t keep you in hospital any longer than medically necessary. I arrived at the hospital at 6 am on a Thursday, underwent the operation that morning, and was home by mid-afternoon on Saturday. The reason for this: there’s a shortage of hospital beds.

    • Hue-Man

      The only way that a hospital visit costs money is if you ask for a private room, order TV in your room, park your car in the hospital parking lot, or spend money at the vending machines.

      Being so sick you require hospitalization is traumatic enough, having to pay for it out of your own pocket is unimaginable to Canadians. Get well soon before the nurses demand that you stay!

      Americans could have this; American governments spend more per person on health care each year than Canadian governments yet cover only old people, the poor, military, and government. In fact, U.S. governments spend almost as much per person on health care as the total Canadian per capita healthcare! (Figure 4 page 10 of 42 at the link. The international comparisons are in CAD so use 1 CAD = 0.75 USD.)
      https://www.cihi.ca/sites/default/files/document/nhex-trends-narrative-report_2016_en.pdf

  • TheManicMechanic

    Given that some of these “charities” are in the business for raising money for their executive boards than their supposed focus, it’s not surprising they were booking that swamp hole all along. Make no mistake, this is about schmoozing for perks, not helping the needy.

    • William

      Politician’s wives are the traditional board members of charities and foundations. It’s a handy way to give money to your favorite candidate without all that messy paperwork. Rick Perry’s wife Ditzy was pulling in big bucks by being scheduled to attend a few meetings a year. I don’t know if she ever turned up for the board meetings.

      • RoFaWh

        But did she report that income on her tax return???

        • TheManicMechanic

          *chortle*

          BWAH HAH HAH HAH!

  • ohbear1957
    • Treant

      So, what exactly do they think they’re going to do? Not call?

      • Daveed_WOW

        Thee shall look elsewhere for barn raising help

  • Will Parkinson

    Poor Dump.

  • Kent Calhoun

    How long before we see the lawsuits?

  • Lazycrockett
    • Treant

      I invested heavily in popcorn futures. So have at.

    • Daveed_WOW

      What’s wrong with Arnold Schwarzenegger? I mean as far as the Nazis are concerned. I have my own opinion about him, but why are they saying this?

      • Gustav2

        He married a Kennedy and they put some kind of voodoo on him after he was elected…to all of California, not just the Republicans.

      • Dramphooey

        He’s actually done a lot of good lately. He was involved in an anti-gerrymandering campaign which I love being in one of the most infamous and remarked upon gerrymandered districts in Pennsylvania. And then there is the wonderful video from this morning. So what’s wrong with Arnold Schwarzenegger? Doing some good.

      • stevenj

        He was known then as a “Moderate” Republican. Those are the ones that, while smoking cigars, act like “moderate” bullies (The Legislature is “full of girlie men”), promise the voters that he could get rid of Calif’s indebtedness (it tripled) and screwed the middle aged bosomy maid (instead of a trophy model).

        I think the Breitbart folks think trump is going all wishy washy on them.

    • Dagoril

      Schwarzenegger was competent at least. I have no idea what they’re getting at.

      • m_lp_ql_m

        Maybe because Arnold is one of those “reasonable” California Repubs?

    • Tulle Christensen

      So Trump is becoming a non-natural born citizen, and therefor will have to resign. Works for me

    • m_lp_ql_m

      So 45’s becoming a better actor?

    • BobSF_94117

      Does this mean he’s going to dump Melania and marry a Kennedy?

  • kareemachan

    Good.

  • Natty Enquirer

    You know time is running short when you lose Komen for the Kon.

  • MBear

    Even the nazivation army and susan g homophobes are distancing themselves? Oooh

    • alguien

      rats leaving the ship.

      it’s the new black.

      • m_lp_ql_m

        Used to be the orange, but that color got ruined sure enough.

        • RoFaWh

          Is it possibly significant that when a color blind person first puts on the Enchroma corrective glasses, orange is the color that puzzles them the most? They all twig to purple, but orange is a bit of a puzzler.

  • Treant

    I’m a-tellin’ ya, Bob’s Wedding Chapel and Bait Shop will be having their yearly ho-down there this year! They’ll MMALGA!

    • m_lp_ql_m

      “We won’t marry no homos, but heck, if they’s wanna go fishin’, who am I t’judge?”

  • Jon Doh

    You’ll soon be able to book your wedding reception there for less than the local VFW hall.

  • Lumpy Gaga

    Race for the Door

  • greenmanTN

    I read that joining fees to MAL were risen to $200,000 since Trump became (P)resident. (And that doesn’t include yearly fees) I’m curious to see how this latest stuff will affect membership, if at all. I mean at this point to associate yourself with him implies a similar racist mindset.

    • Dramphooey

      Anyone shallow enough to pay extra for that privilege deserves to be fleeced.

  • Sabazinus

    GRAB HIM BY THE WALLET!!!

  • Sam_Handwich

    o/t

    good, i didn’t think he would take the bait anyway

    https://twitter.com/jonathanvswan/status/898610636057214976

    • Dreaming Vertebrate

      Thank gawd!

    • William

      He’s smarter than he looks.

      • Ken M

        I was expecting another “I swear it’s this big” joke.

        • William

          Not until after a few cocktails.

  • bambinoitaliano
    • Tomcat

      ONCE again the pen (media) is more mighty than the sword.

      • m_lp_ql_m

        The pen is mightier than the sword.

        • Tomcat

          So is shining light on the problem, as in videos.

      • Ken M

        I’ve seen more than one reference to pre internet marches etc. I guess they never realized the internet could be used against them as well. “What about out First Amendment Rights.” They come with consequences…asshole!

    • Treant

      Yes, yes it is. Here’s a Sylvia Plath book and a bottle of Ambien. What happens is between you and God.

    • Ken M

      All this does ( in a twisted way) explains decades of hoods. “We’re so brave,” as long as we have no identity.

      • Tomcat

        Well back to the hoods.

        • MaryJOGrady

          The hoods never worked all that well. Klansmen and -women could often be identified by their shoes. I remember my seventh-grade teacher describing her mother’s shock and revulsion, in the 1920’s, when she recognized the shoes of the family doctor on a hooded Klansman.

        • Ken M

          Go for it. More people recognize the KKK, than khakis and black shirts.

      • bambinoitaliano

        A closet has its use after all. All these racists ought to go back in and never come out again.

      • Chucktech

        “I can’t wear a hood, people will think I’m a fucking Klannie, or somethin’…”

      • Todd20036

        It’s why the hoods were so popular in the KKK.

        Now that they’ve come off, sort of like gays coming out of the closet.

        But being gay isn’t a bad thing.

        Being a bigot is.

        And these stupid kids never thought they’d get caught with their arms doing the Nazi salute.

        Yeah, your life is over. But not because of the photo.

        Because you are a bigot. The photo just cements the deal.

        But your bigotries would have emerged eventually

    • Snarkaholic

      *sniff* I LOVE happy endings!

    • Lumpy Gaga

      “I’m not a neo-Nazi,” he insisted. “I don’t belong to a German workers’ party from 1933. I’m a moderate Republican.”

    • Tulle Christensen

      Wait, let me cut up an onion in order to shed a tear

      • bambinoitaliano

        Onion stinks i just use Vicks vaporub. Sniff….sniff….here it comes……nope. Still no tears.

    • Lazycrockett
      • stevenj

        There’s always trump University.

        • RoFaWh

          Not now. Thank gawd.

      • DoctorDJ

        This fella’s irony detector is broken.

      • Todd20036

        And now he’s not. Funny how hating on minority groups will be frowned upon in business.
        Heck, my boss is black, so I wouldn’t be doing my job too well if I were that much a bigot.

      • Stubenville

        Hmmm. Sucks to be you, sorry (not really.)

      • Oscarlating Wildely

        Never really likes Mass. but BU is SO much better without your ass. And nice closing line, dickhead: “The fundamental transformation of our country” to which you didn’t get a vote. Oh! you mean when it got less white! You didn’t get a vote because you A) we don’t vote on such things and B) your vote in this case, like you, would be worthless.

        Now go ahead and melt, Snowflake.

  • bambinoitaliano
    • Tomcat

      Reinventing the wheel, and making it much harder to use.

    • m_lp_ql_m

      With some slight modifications, that could be used to mow the lawn.

  • GayOldLady

    When the Club Members start leaving that’s when I’ll be impressed.

  • bambinoitaliano
    • Treant

      I think I love Nadia’s overhead non-acquaintance.

    • m_lp_ql_m

      Men. Can’t live with them, can’t chain them up in the basement to be a sex slave.

      • Tulle Christensen

        Wait, you mean I have to let Bruno go?

      • RoFaWh

        Can’t chain ’em up in the basement? Oh, yeah?

        Sure you can. Just put a neon sign in your front window that reads “free pizza!”

        Make sure the chains and locks are ready.

  • bambinoitaliano
    • JWC

      They are also the phyical/facial intellectual embodimentof the master race

  • https://twitter.com/DanEggenWPost/status/898609924380348416

    Story claims it was Kelly who made the decision to get rid of Bannon.

    The decision to fire Bannon was made by Kelly, officials said. It came after almost exactly three weeks on the job as chief of staff, a position in which he was given unilateral power to overhaul the West Wing staff in an effort to staunch warring factions, aides and advisers going rogue, and repeated leaks to the news media.

    “This was without question one man’s decision: Kelly. One hundred percent,” one senior White House official said. “It’s been building for a while.”

    However–

    The president, meanwhile, had been upset about Bannon’s participation in a book by a Bloomberg News reporter Joshua Green, “Devil’s Bargain” — particularly the shared photo billing on the cover between Trump and his chief strategist.

    This week, at a moment when even his allies and confidants agreed his job security was as precarious as it has ever been, Bannon further imperiled his own standing by giving an interview to the liberal American Prospect magazine, in which he sniped by name at his enemies within the White House including Gary Cohn, the National Economic Council director, and publicly contradicted the administration’s stance on North Korea.

    Bannon confidants said he believed his conversation with the magazine was off the record, but the damage was done. Kelly, said two people familiar with his thinking, was most frustrated by his comments on North Korea, explaining that, as a general, he understands the human toll and the prospect of war with a hostile nation is not merely an intellectual exercise for him.

    • JWC

      Take Stephen Miller Baby Goebbles and Kelly Ann as well

      • GayOldLady

        Don’t forget Sebastian Gorka.

        • JWC

          hmm Ya better order the biglyer Bus

    • -M-

      He’d have to have been really high to think it was off the record.

      • RoFaWh

        I suspect Bannon is one of those people accurately described by the phrase “a legend in his own mind.”

        • -M-

          He’s supposedly a true believer in the clash of civilizations idiocy he spouts while having no idea about the values that are the real foundations and strength of Western Civilization. If so he sees himself as a hero preparing to win a literally apocalyptic struggle.

      • Gianni

        It is truly one of the most ridiculous excuses when it comes from someone like Bannon. He worked for Breitbart News and full well knows the ins and outs of the trade. Answering a reporter’s questions and granting interviews serves no other purpose than to get your ideas, statements, views out to the public.

        • -M-

          Yeah. You have to wonder who that excuse was meant for.

  • Jonathan Smith
  • Rex

    Mar-A-Lago
    Where’s it’s still fashionable to wear white sheets after Labor Day.

  • William

    Any charity paying Trump’s rates for a function should be audited.

  • Hit the asshole where it hurts the most: his wallet.

    • JWC

      why you bwanna kill the moths

    • Ken M

      Even more than his wallet. His ego.

      • -M-

        Seems to be the one thing that matters more to him than his wallet.

    • RoFaWh

      Personally, and disgustingly, I’d like to strap the fucker down in my sling and then work over his asshole with an ice pick.

  • Mar-A-Lago is starting to remind me of Michael Jackson’s Neverland.

  • Ken M

    North Korea who?

  • Tomcat

    See trump, it is not always good to change the conversation FROM Russia.

  • Dreaming Vertebrate

    Bannon booted. Good.
    Now it’s Miller time!!

  • Thorn Spike

    It’s the only thing he understands and is good at: losing money.

    • RoFaWh

      But he’s such a good businessman!!!

  • Nowhereman

    Good! More of this, please.

  • boatboy_srq

    Tsar-a-la-gala;
    Whatever won’t be, won’t be;
    We won’t pay for that Nazi;
    Tsar-a-la-gala.

  • Paula

    Yeah, Donnie, I am beginning to think that maybe they really aren’t into you that much.
    🖕🏻🖕🏻🖕🏻🖕🏻💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔

  • TampaZeke

    The very fact that these “charities” EVER booked events at Mar-a-Lago in
    the first place should be enough to make people never donate another
    dime to ANY of them! The Salvation Army is having black tie “fund
    raisers” at an elitists’ exclusive resort? That means a very large sum
    of money donated to them was spent so that their millionaire executives
    could party and play for a night at Trump’s den of iniquity. DISGUSTING!
    And you too Susan G. Komen and American Red Cross! Shame on ALL of
    you!

    I called out Susan G. Komen here a few months back and got a lot of blow back. Now maybe people will see their true colors.

    • William

      I don’t trust any major nationwide charity. They are all in it for the money.

      • Oh’behr in Minnesota

        I am glad Minnesota has a Charities Review Council which also reviews national charities.

        Yet it’s been a long time since I’ve had any money to donate to anything. I’m now that poor. Yet I remember the Charities Review Council of Minnesota as being a good resource and one for more than Minnesotans.

        https://greatnonprofits.org/org/charities-review-council-of-minnesota-inc

    • Treant

      Hey, I’ve hated Susan G Komen (“Forgot About The Cure”) since before it was cool. 🙂

      I got my husband to stop giving change to the Salvation Army because they’re a sickly green flame of distilled evil.

      • RoFaWh

        It may give emotional support to your decision to know that the Sally Ann thrift stores, around here at least, are notorious for having overpriced junk on offer. One wonders what happens to the good donations…

    • boatboy_srq

      Why would you get blowback for naming and shaming SGKF here? They’ve been demonstrably anti-Planned-Parenthood for a long time.

    • jerry

      Yeah, I’d be surprised if they hardly made any money off a soiree like that, drawing a couple hundred at most, when they could rent something much cheaper and draw several thousand.

  • billbear1961
  • Stubenville

    But it was just fine and dandy when he was only a serial adulterer caught on tape saying “grab them by the p#$$y” about women? What planet do these organizations live on?

    • -M-

      He was never only that. The racism and boorishness go way back, the whole campaign and since has been authoritarianism 101.

  • Richard

    Susan G. Komen, booked an event at mar-a-largo? WTF ?? Handing money to those that want to shut you down makes no sense to me at all. What were they thinking?

  • Tempus Fuggit

    Kinda too bad about the Salivation Army and Susan G I-tried-to-claim-ownership-of-the-color-pink-for-my-“charity” Komen; had those groups stuck with Mar-a-Lago, it would’ve made for easier one-stop much-deserved scorning.

  • jpinphx

    I think those companies wouldn’t have moved those events until enough donors told them that they are rethinking their donations. I’m surprised he hasn’t blasted them on twitter for moving their events.

    • jpinphx

      but I still applaud their decision

  • leastyebejudged

    So far all these not for profits were already on my fraud list.

  • Gary Carnivele

    Gave up on the anti-gay Salvation Army decades ago. Now I’m adding the Red Cross to my shit list. Shame on them, despite the great work they do, These over-bloated charities shouldn’t be wasting money on giant fund-raising events. As usual, it’s the only way to get rich Republicans to fork over money.

    • Mike

      Put them on the dead-to-me list, right after Komen. Actually, I’d thought Komen had died away years ago after all the trouble they caused with their anti-Planned Parenthood right wing politicking.

      When it comes to charitable giving, giving to small and local charities is best.

      • Jukesgrrl

        Instead, the leader of that pack just got herself elected to Congress.

  • infmom

    My great-grandparents were among the founders of the Salvation Army. The idea of even setting foot in Mar-A-Lago for any purpose whatsoever would have made them sick. Their successors are disgusting.

    • Jukesgrrl

      Seemed curious to me, too. The Salvation Army I’ve had contact with always seemed to be the strict religious right. No fun. No booze. No conspicuous consumption. Help the needy while taking their inventory, etc. Maybe that gala was for donors who didn’t have any contact with the Army the rest of the year.

  • JCF
  • Ragnar Lothbrok
  • justmeeeee

    When you have lost the Red Cross Ball, it’s over for you in Palm Beach. Buh-bye Donnie Johnny.

  • greenmanTN

    I’m surprised the Human Rights Campaign isn’t on the list.

  • greenmanTN

    Here is the truth of the matter. In the 50s and 60s newspapers used to cover the “social events” attended by the wealthy “worthies” of the time as if everyone was supposed to care, looking through the window at our betters. Breathless coverage of who wore what and what food was served.

    But eventually that fell out of favor because no one was really interested in so-and-so threw a party. Who cares?

    Thus was born the charity gala, the coverage of which functions exactly the same way, to show off the wealthy and glamorous in their duds, but it’s for “a good cause” therefore newsworthy. Never mind that after the costs of the soirée are tabulated very little money is actually made for the cause. It’s “society page” bullshit.

  • theonlyseven

    All three of these “charitable” organizations have a questionable history.
    Trump has lost the charity grifter crowd.

    • Jukesgrrl

      Which is ironic, since he is one himself.

    • ZRAinSWVA

      Yep. If your primary mission is to provide services for the needy, why are you holding a swank event–that’s going to cost a LOT of money–at a place like that? Disclaimer: I used to sit on the board for the regional ARC in my area, and based on their shenanigans became totally disenfranchised by their corporate politics. I will never give them money ever again….

      • theonlyseven

        I’m sorry to hear that about ARC, but even more sorry to say I have heard that before about them 🙁 I feel the best thing is to give to and help small, local charities and get the know them well. Know the people who actually run it. You can tell pretty well if what they are taking in is going where it needs to go and not to bloated salaries.

  • Steven Jaeger

    Why the hell were ANY american organizations x the Nazis EVER booked there? Feeding him money. Feeding his EGO.

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  • RexDaddy

    Wouldn’t it be great if Planned Parenthood decided to hold a big fundraiser at MAL?