Don’t think about them.
You could become one of them.
The very existence of the 3.5 million human beings who experience homelessness each year in the United States reminds us how fleeting and unattainable the American Dream truly is, writes Jason Miller
Don’t look at them. You could become one of them.
They forage in garbage dumpsters while heirs like the Waltons hoard fortunes large enough to sustain hundreds of thousands of people.
Don’t touch them. You could become one of them.
Homeless people are the antithesis of the American ideal. They are often impoverished, unemployed (or under-employed), unattractive, dirty, beaten down, and addicted to drugs or alcohol.
Kill them so you don’t become one of them.
If horribly misguided youths don’t eradicate our homeless population, the United States’ woefully inadequate (and rapidly shrinking) publicly-funded safety nets will leave homeless people wallowing in their misery until they are dead.
Read the entire commentary, entitled "America’s Collective Delusion Must Endure: Domestic Genocide of an Economic Nature," here