posted on Mar, 23 2009 @ 02:33 PM
These people were gathered at a public park. Public. Meaning everyone has a right to gather and use this land. Homeless, families, fishermen,
what have you.
Should it be known that if you are homeless and hungry, come here and you will be fed, the place would be overrun. So much for use by all. I certainly
wouldnt want to have a family day picnic with 3000 homeless. Just not my idea of a relaxing afternoon.
You contradict yourself in nearly the same breath.
You say everyone has a right to use public land, and then go on to say that the homeless shouldn't.
Homeless have no where to be put on public land, what is your solution for that? Send them to jail?
I have a feeling that's where all this is going. Jail the poor, that's a gigantic growth in the prison industry, just what we need to get the
economy moving. They get 3 square meals a day and a nice cushy cot, and you don't have to your nice sunday picnic interrupted by hoards of homeless
Just one question, how long before you become one of those less fortunate in the crowd, only able to survive on the good will of other men. I think
you might see it differently if you're warming your hands in a barrel fire with nothing but newspaper to keep you warm at night.
This financial crisis is deepening, we haven't really seen the effects of it yet. Yeah we've the 2 trillion dollars the fed printed at their own
discretion, but you haven't seen the result of that yet. Hyperinflation, the prices of goods and service going through the roof.
If you're out on the street, you are thankful for any good will that comes your way.