I have a plan to end homelessness, what you think?

Start a housing project where every person gets a small room (almost like student flats) containing the essential utilities i.e running water, electricity, gas then across from the flats built a factory in which they can work. This way they have housing and and a job plus the landlord is also getting rent and money proudced from the factory so they have no losses .This gives the people enough stability to get them on their feet . What do you think? is there flaws in this? could this be improved in anyway It would be privately owned not a government project therefore tax would actually be coming from the housing and factory

Asked By: John H - 1/24/2012
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The problem with this is that such a factory would 1a. not produce enough wages for the unemployed to educate their children enough to enter better jobs, and so be self-sustaining, unless 1b. it provided good enough wages that it lured people out of other jobs into its program, which would leave other areas of the... More
Answered By: Christopher - 1/24/2012
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Solid. BUT in the real world that would be taking taxpayers' money and would piss a lot of people off. Sucks, doesn't it?
Answered By: Ricky Garcia - 1/24/2012
You CANNOT end homlessness by providing homes for the homeless.Homelessness will ALWAYS be an issue as long as there is the lack of COMPASSION in people and insecurity[and self confidence often comes after compassion].For one person that you provide a home to at least 10 000 will end up on the street... More
Answered By: Gabriel - 1/24/2012
Couple of problems... More
Answered By: Bobhikes - 1/24/2012
Why build a factory in the U.S. when you could go to the 3rd world and build one and you don't need to pay as much and you don't have the EPA or OSHA telling you or fining you? Unless you put the workers in charge of the factory and also the building they live in it would never work. Co-Op is the only way it would work... More
Answered By: shawn - 1/24/2012
Philosophical speaking, your idea is good and appreciable.
Answered By: Naguru - 1/24/2012
Sounds like a plan
Answered By: Dave_rules - 1/24/2012
that's good,...but in the long run,..i think there would be badness coming out
Answered By: Kevin has return - 1/24/2012
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