Yet another example of do-gooders attracting homeless to SLC by rewarding
undesirable behavior. Don't reward behavior you don't like. If you
are so caring for the homeless, open the Delta Center (or whatever it is called
now) for the homeless to spend winter nights in, maybe even upper level tickets
for game nights, huh?
Consequence, You are reading to far into it this. They gave an
awesome useful thing to people struggling in a time when they will desperately
need it before winter, (where in Utah, it is generally bellow freezing
constantly for 3 months). And define mentally ill? I guarantee that
everyone you know has some sort of mental issue. Wether that be anxiety,
obsessive, depression, or any addictive behavior. This is what is wrong with the
world, someone does something good, to help others, and we criticize them
because they didn't do more. I ask then, what have you done to help the
mentally ill homeless today? or this year? or past five year?
On the one hand it is a gesture of kindness but on the other hand it is a slap
in the face of the mentally ill homeless to say, "Yes, we believe you should
live on the streets."