posted on Jun, 19 2014 @ 07:27 PM
a reply to: DeadSeraph
You know this brought up an interesting question I would seriously ask the fast food CEO's in America in General.
Why do you not support charity to the folks that you serve...only the next rung up? The worst off really are the major supporters of these chains,
everyone may like to indulge but few view it as cheaper than groceries....you need a stove first and everything with it to prepare most real whole
I guess what I' m really getting at, soup kitchens and good will just Isn't seeing the same flow they did in a good economy..folk are not only losing
their homes but starving to death before our eyes.
The big corporations that reaped such a reward when the going was clear, have a very solid karmic need to support and feed the folk they get rich
off....charity is a right off...and a few cottages that feed in the most money making places is just simple good will, I'm addressing the big clown in
town specifically....a few shelters etc is not a like response to the continued support. Pull up yer stuff!
Dude, I'm surprised this brought out such a response, thank you for bringing it up.
This may not have happened where these chains regularly feed but it should be...
Much happiness to you and yours,
P.s. His sign is rich, and is the answer.....if wealthy folks paid the full price and the poorest got fed the same....it's better than a tip and would
certainly catch on in the communities I live near.
edit on 19-6-2014 by Treespeaker because: (no reason given)