2019 May 28, 8:55am
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In California I lived in some blue collar neighborhoods, things weren't improving for those people. Could tell by the way their houses looked. What about the record homeless in LA?
How do you know they voluntarily left the program, and weren't just booted? In California I lived in some blue collar neighborhoods, things weren't improving for those people. Could tell by the way their houses looked. What about the record homeless in LA? What about the guys I see panhandling in Phoenix, standing in the sun and 90 degree weather? What about all the business's declaring bankruptcy, and empty store fronts?
1)I don’t care if they were booted. Great! Go produce or starve! America is better off either way.
2)So a house in need of maintenance is a sign of a poor economy? Yah or that an old person is dying there. Or just that the inhabitants are renters and don’t give a shit about the property. There are lots of alternative explanations.
3)California especially is a good place to get off welfare and get to work. The minimum wage is $12 and rising to $15 in a few years incrementally. That’s a decent wage, and I see help wanted signs fucking EVERYWHERE! Chances are the real wage for service jobs is something more than that $12.
My daughter is a waitress, minimum wage is $11, not $12.
tRUMP moved all poor people off from food stamps and into concentration camps in preparation for his dictatorial takeover of power.
If economy is better, why did someone who makes six figures(low, but still six), have to move to Phoenix?
I understand there’s no evidence to exonerate the OP of being a goat fucker. Therefore he’s probably one.Right?