“Bimonthly.” once every two months or two times a month? This sounds like a place not many homeless people are likely to attend on a voluntary
I meant two times each month, so $200USD each month.
I honeslty think that enough would voluntarily go to them, t
hat nationwide two or three could be filled to maximum capacity.
Primaril families who've for whatever reason become homeless,
people who've fallen down on there luck and want a fresh start and veterans.
Whenever I read an topic like this, one thought comes to mind. "You can lead a horse to water but you cannot make it drink" and that is the problem
here most of the homeless or even those on welfare do not want to do and that is work. They want everthing handed to them on a plater and while the
suggestion is a good one, it will never work for just that reason.
In the current system your right, and it is just as Grady and the
others above have stated. This leads me to think it's high time
we reformed the system.
Forcing them to go to certain places is just morally wrong and oppressive.
If it's giving them a better life, and a chance to be someone and
make something of there life, I don't think it is.
but seriously, work camps? Sounds like prisoners to me, either that or that I've slipped into nazi germany.
Yes, that is the main thing I figured people would think with this.
There is however a big diffeerence between the NAZI work/death camps,
and homeless rehabilitation facilities.
I do realise that the way things are, that this would'nt solve the problem.
Hence why things would need to be changed.
I think that if people want to live with nature, than they should go into nature, since cities are not nature, I doubt very many are living that
I think, that to solve this, we would have to suspend the rights of homeless people to a point, that being forcing them to go to the facilities.
And I know that sounds so horrible, but it really is a sensible solution.
And just so no one thinks I'm a fascist whow ants peoples rights taken away,
I'll say this; I believe in rights annd freedom whole heartedly, in fact I'd be willing to die to protect my rights.
Thank you all for the constructive criticism, comments, opinions and points of view.
I'm interested inw hat others think as well, and of course responses to this post by the above posters.