Wow, this is very disturbing. How can this happen with the hope and change
President? Is this what he hoped would change?
Yep, we are definitely better off now than we were 4 years ago, and if we will
just give Obama a 2nd term just imagine how wonderful and terrific life will be.
See, his first term he didn't have a record. He spoke in
platitudes and painted a vision of hope and change. Now he has a
record and its not pretty.
Ok, Bloomberg stop worrying about sugary drinks and start focusing on how you
can improvejob availability. Is one of the requirements for living in
the shelter that they have assignments for cleaningand maintaining the
conditions of their free shelters or do you depend on volunteers to do this.
Self worth depends on whether people are working for their keep. Maybe even a
trade off of day care by some while otherssearch for jobs and visa versa.
I don't believe that free hand out except for a short period of time helps
anyone. Self worth and job training should be part of free shelters. It gives
people HOPE! I even bet there are people in those shelters that have skills they
can help train others.
Mr. Obama: We need more hand-outs! Maybe we can get up to 40,000!!!
Why don't we ask both candidates at the first debate if they will each fork
over $2 million of campaign funds toward helpinb with rhis awful problem? And in the interest of fairness, we should ask all the campaign donors
to donate 50% to charities and the other 50% to the campaign. It's not all
the candidate's faults; it's the coffer-fillers, too.And
then congress can slash our world donations by 50%, too. Extremists might think
twice about having to choose between RPGs and kerosene or food for their
children.And Bloomberg? Why not just charge double for all junk
food and alcohol items? Then donate 50% of those proceeds to homeless children
shelters? Obama could create thousands of new jobs on that enterprise alone.
And tithe-payers could give 5% to this problem, instead of the massive, lavish
building programs some denominations insist on...