Utah brags that they are solving the problem of homelessness by giving people free places to live. That is the liberal answer to every problem: solve it by stealing someone else’s money and giving it to someone else.

If you are a person who is worried about homelessness, then I have the following questions for you:

1 How many homeless people are you allowing to live in your home?
2 How much of your own money are you giving to homeless people?

If you care so much for what you consider to be a problem that you are not willing to spend your own money, then why on earth do you think that means that you can spend someone else’s money?

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Anonymous · February 12, 2014 at 11:57 pm

If homelessness is a problem that requires any degree of government intervention (care under EMTALA, for example, or EBT cards, or 'workforce skills' classes), then it behooves the government to address the problem with as much efficiency as possible. If giving people an apartment keeps them out of the hospital for a hundred nights, that's a net win for the system. Where's the beef?

Divemedic · February 13, 2014 at 2:04 pm

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