Yes, folks have the right to be greedy, but do others have the right to publicly shame those who give miniscule charity? One could make a website out of data gleaned from public records (like tax forms) to reveal relatively how much the monied actually give to those in need. I once met an accountant who worked for a person whose identity she protects, but whose miserly philanthropy totaled about one ten-thousandth ($500/$3,000,000) of their taxable income. I believe this is no fluke, that the true value of gifts from the poor exceeds greatly that from the wealthy, and that they give more often. At least we could throw virtual tomatoes at those wallowing in filthy lucre. I expect to read arguments from some conservatives as to why throw good money after bad, that they acquire wealth and thus are somehow more worthy. Remember, it's your life - and afterlife. While you're here, give generously yet efficiently. What would your most beloved do?