Jeff Danziger for October 22, 2023

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    Concretionist  8 months ago

    We call it “unhoused” here. And it is more common than you want to imagine.

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    ibFrank  8 months ago

    How come they don’t talk about the homeless in Florida like they do California?

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    rionmorrison69  8 months ago

    They are lucky enough to have a car to get in out of the rain. Most don’t!

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    braindead Premium Member 8 months ago

    Republicans believe that anyone who is homeless is because of their own fault.

    They also believe it has nothing to do with increasing wealth inequality.

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    Analysis skills.

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    FreyjaRN Premium Member 8 months ago

    Housing is increasingly expensive, so more people are homeless. This needs to change.

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    WaitingMan  8 months ago

    The Republican plan for the homeless? Tax increases and benefit cuts. VOTE DEMOCRATIC!!!

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    NeoconMan  8 months ago

    Homeless and hungry in the world’s richest country.

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    Tradewinds309  8 months ago

    Let’s hope that at least they are living in an electric car.

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    Valiant1943 Premium Member 8 months ago

    Hey, prolifers, did you skip over Matthew 25:35-45?

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    NRHAWK Premium Member 8 months ago

    At least one of the adults in the car is probably working a full-time job.

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    piper_gilbert  8 months ago

    The rich get richer, and the poor get poorer. Billionaires assets doubled during the pandemic.

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    ncorgbl  8 months ago

    They were called ‘bums’, ‘hobos’, ‘tramps’, vagrant and vagabond until Nancy Reagan decided that those words were too harsh and came up with ‘homeless’.

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    GiantShetlandPony  8 months ago

    An age old problem with no simple solution. Reagan unleashed a lot of people into homeless situations by closing and/or defunding many federally funded mental health institutions. Old Republican tactic, defund something into incompetency to either get rid of it, or privatize it at 5 times the cost to full fund it.

    Granted, in many of those places few would ever get the care they really needed, and would suffer a lot of abuse instead. However, throwing them out onto the streets with no where to live was not a good and viable solution either.

    It has become quite evident that the health industry, especially the insurance industry, needs a lot of regulation on reasonable profits. People’s health should always come before profit.

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    Durak Premium Member 8 months ago

    Reminds me of that scene from “My Fellow Americans” where the family living in their car gives refuge to two former presidents on the run from political assassination.

    The family is wonderful and generous and the two presidents finally see how their policies truly affected real people.

    Great movie, if you haven’t seen it you should track it down.

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    smartman  8 months ago

    Study after study has proven that it is cheaper to house the homeless than to pay the increased medical and jail costs they accrue. Also, when the Ford strike started at the Louisville Truck Plant (aka the one that finally got Ford to freak the hell out and scream that it’d harm the economy; probably unrelated that they make profits of $48k/minute there), they interviewed a father of 3 that was living in his vehicle. He’d been working there for a few years. When you can’t even afford housing when you work at one of the most profitable auto plants in the US and is in the middle of the country so C.O.L. isn’t atrocious, you know things are terrible. His kids were living with friends btw so it was just him in the vehicle.

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    Ammo is busy training in the hills Premium Member 8 months ago

    Kali installed a buttload of RV’s at CalExpo in Sac, the local free spirts burned down and tore up so many it was closed for good after a week of fights, fires, drugs……Until we address the drugs/mental issues it won’t get better.

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    fitzmagnus  8 months ago

    We prefer ‘the outdoor lifestyle’. Did it for 3 years, I can joke

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    j.painterjones  8 months ago

    Very, very sad…And probably why the general public tries to avoid thinking about the issue. Lots of distractions to choose from in the age of the internet and “smart” phones.

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    Direwolf  8 months ago

    Maybe trump can throw them a roll of paper towels

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    artjohn42  8 months ago

    The right can’t see the problem. After all, they do have a roof over their heads.

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