It annoys me to no end to see a bunch of people preach the need for government to help the poor, when they themselves never voluntarily help the poor.
Or when a rich person wants the government to tax them more and yet they don't voluntarily give the IRS more of their money. The hypocrisy is nauseating and shouldn't be tolerated.
People need to understand that wanting the government to "take care" of other people doesn't make them a charitable person.
I think we have a great opportunity to effect a great change and gain a lot of momentum and respect. The famous Wounded Warriors Project seems to me to be a well managed, good charity. Active duty military contributes more to Ron Paul than all the other candidates combined. Regardless what you think of the wars, these are by in large good people deserving of our support, especially those who are wounded and are returning home. This could be a great way to give back to those who have given so much to the campaign.