This in response to "Just a little bitty thing," about the 70-year-old that can't walk, got kicked out of her apartment for having her grandson stay there. She says she knows apartments where felons stay there and she called about it. Your response was if she knew of fraud and didn't call, that she was part of the problem. Well, she did call. Of course, I don't know who she called, but she called. She's 70 years old. She don't know.
Too much to education
I just heard where they are wanting to raise the taxes on cigarettes in Missouri to give to the free school program. I think they have given about as much to education as they need to. Everything that comes along goes to education. I sure wish they had all these taxes and all this lottery money when I went to school 40 years ago. I might've had a job making more than $9 an hour. Back then they didn't have preschool, kindergarten, computers, so I'm making $9 an hour while everybody else is making $20-$30 an hour. Furthermore, a lot of people don't have insurance because the companies don't offer it to them. And then if you don't pay your hospital bill, you get turned in to the collection agency. And also it can ruin your credit. I feel if the money is going to go anywhere, it needs to go to mental health so the people can make a living.
Too busy getting to give
I am just reading the speakout about preachers spreading the wealth. I agree with the person that wrote that 100 percent. There are a lot of people that are homeless and a lot of people out holding signs saying they need money for food. Another thing, I just wonder how many doctors, dentists and chiropractors and lawyers actually give $500 to the churches. They are too busy building three or four houses and also taking cruises, buying boats and buying three or four cars to give $500 to God.
God also says something about being judgmental.