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Nice thought Shapely but I think you are the exception. We live in a culture that would rather buy a new car then help a neighbor. I can't see that happening, which is why I feel government may need to be more involved.Originally posted by Shapley:
I wish the agencies that spend millions lobbying government to do things it isn't Constitutionally empowered to do would spend those millions performing works of charity. I wish the government didn't take half of what I earn, so that I had more to give to charity. I wish the cost of government was reduced, by restricting government to the purposes it is Constitutionally empowered to perform, thus giving us all more money, much of which could be given to charity, but much more of which could be used to build capital, providing jobs and benefits which would reduce the need for charity.
DCFOriginally posted by Nicole Marie:
Co-ed facilities in CT are taking place. http://email@example.com/msg00443.html
You are missing my point on the soup kitchen. And There are many families that can not afford the HUSKY insurance. Many families can not afford $150 per kid. And that plan does not even take care of the parents. What if mom or dad gets sick? How will they get better to continue to take care of the family. These issues will not get solved on the Beethoven Bulletin Board. I think we all need to understand there is no black and white and no clear answer.
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