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What will be the next step for the indigent/jobless in America?

Riding buses all day to keep warm? Or do Americans think this won't ever happen? Can you scream *WAKE UP*!?

Asked By: IDOLS AND IMBECILES - 12/6/2010
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If you take the situation community by community, there are endless opportunities for both the jobless and the indigent with a little "out of the box" creative thinking. Speaking as a former labor advocate (after Reagan idiotically fired PATCO and created a war on full-time workers that went nation-wide), there are... More
Answered By: Armchair Goddess #1 - 12/6/2010
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Sneak into Mexico
Answered By: History Professor - 12/6/2010
 
I would hope that Americans go to home depot, then beat the crap out of illegal day workers and take their places. Repeat until all illegals are beaten and go home, or in worst case, disappear the illegals. Soylent green, it's people.
Answered By: Barry Obama - 12/6/2010
 
I wonder if it would ever come down to people committing crimes so they'll be fed and have shelter in jail?
Answered By: Here's your change - 12/6/2010
 
You can also go to the library for air condition living. Pan handle all day enough to get enough for the chinese buffet. Commit a crime to have full lodging and food along with health care. The list of prime dumpster diving is a trade secret.
Answered By: Go ahead this is just 1 sox account Fool - 12/6/2010
 
The first time homeless were seen since the Great Depression was during Reagan.
Answered By: future - 12/6/2010
 
>I wonder if it would ever come down to people committing crimes so they'll be fed and have shelter in jail... More
Answered By: Thedude27 - 12/6/2010
 
Think that people dont ride in buses to stay warm? Think again. Here's the link. It's happening right now in England. But wait! How is that possible? Isnt Europe way ahead of us in developing cheap sustainable clean energy?? Isnt their socialist model suppose to work well for everyone?? How can it be that cold with all... More
Answered By: Glen - 12/6/2010
 
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