Cornbread wrote:Francis Di Domizio wrote:All in all the bill looks like a nice warm fuzzy law to make people feel better how the homeless are treated,
Excellent observation--and accurate IMO.
Just how would someone prove they didn't get a job because they were homeless? Because they didn't get a call back because they didn't have a phone or they didn't get a reply letter because they didn't have an address to mail it to?
And exactly what kinds of services are not available to someone because they are homeless?
Hey, not bad. Cordial, respectful, asking difficult but important questions related tot he topic at hand.
Cornbread wrote:One would think there'd be more important things to address, but I guess not to the New Democrat Party.
....And here come the childish taunts.
OK, can you explain to me how using "Democrat" instead of "Democratic" as an adjective is supposed to be a slight? Clearly, both of you feel this way (as do many nationally-prominent Republicans), but I'll admit that it makes absolutely no sense to me. So, let's hear it -- how is "Democrat" an insult, where "Democratic" is not?
Slight aside: to preemptively thwart the first attempted threadjack -- I'm not a member of any Democratic group. I'm simply bemused at such a weak attempt at an insult. For comparison, "Dims" and "Demoncraps" are childish, to be sure, but at least make some sense, in context.