SF Bay Area residents take homeless into their homes

Yorktown

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Comrades.. the time has come for the great leap forward in the marxist world view.. take a homeless person off the streets and provide them with food and shelter comrade. For the time being this will be voluntary. In time if the marxist leadership feels that not enough of you are volunteering, you will be forced to take in a homeless comrade. Remember slavery is freedom and freedom is slavery.
 

y2h

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Comrades.. the time has come for the great leap forward in the marxist world view.. take a homeless person off the streets and provide them with food and shelter comrade. For the time being this will be voluntary. In time if the marxist leadership feels that not enough of you are volunteering, you will be forced to take in a homeless comrade. Remember slavery is freedom and freedom is slavery.
This will end well.
 

utsherman

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Comrades.. the time has come for the great leap forward in the marxist world view.. take a homeless person off the streets and provide them with food and shelter comrade. For the time being this will be voluntary. In time if the marxist leadership feels that not enough of you are volunteering, you will be forced to take in a homeless comrade. Remember slavery is freedom and freedom is slavery.
Why do you care what they're doing in the Bay Area?
 

bigkat

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Comrades.. the time has come for the great leap forward in the marxist world view.. take a homeless person off the streets and provide them with food and shelter comrade. For the time being this will be voluntary. In time if the marxist leadership feels that not enough of you are volunteering, you will be forced to take in a homeless comrade. Remember slavery is freedom and freedom is slavery.
lets see Nancy the Drunk lady let a couple in her estate , and i want to see them all share some ice Cream together
 

utsherman

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would you let a homeless person share your home with you?
Again to my original point. I don't live in the Bay Area, so I don't have to worry about it. Also, it's not a requirement. They're just asking people to help. You know, like retail establishments that 'strongly encourage' masking. You don't have to do it.
 

Steel Valley FB

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This is a good thing. They need to let them into their homes so they can truly realize why the homeless are actually homeless. Homeless getting free handouts will only exacerbate the behavior that made them homeless in the first place…not working, criminal activity, unchecked drug use, etc. They need to add Middle Eastern migrants to this program. The woke would really wake TF up after the wife and young boys and girls start getting raped.
 
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utsherman

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It takes a special idiot to think taking a pampered criminal in off the streets is a good idea.
Speaking of special idiots, too bad Shubert resigned yesterday. He could have sent all of those ice shanties/brothels out to the Bay Area. Free housing for the homeless, and no prostitution on Hudson Springs Lake. Kill two birds with one stone. Problem solved. It’s a win-win. (y)
 

utsherman

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Seemed like a dodge, but figured you also weren't taking in any homeless...
I support someone else’s right to take in homeless if they so choose. The city government clearly isn’t mandating it. And while it might seem a silly thing to suggest, it’s hardly the craziest shiz I’ve heard this week.
 

SayMyName

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I support someone else’s right to take in homeless if they so choose. The city government clearly isn’t mandating it. And while it might seem a silly thing to suggest, it’s hardly the craziest shiz I’ve heard this week.
Seems fairly crazy...
 

Steel Valley FB

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I support someone else’s right to take in homeless if they so choose. The city government clearly isn’t mandating it. And while it might seem a silly thing to suggest, it’s hardly the craziest shiz I’ve heard this week.

Of course you support it - you’re a socialist. The city isn’t mandating it, but they’re very deep into funding it.

First, they incentivize homeless people to relocate there by paying them with tax money, thus adding to the homeless crisis. They then pay the homeowners/landlords market rent to house the homeless. Then they pay nonprofits to run the placement programs, all of it largely on the taxpayers dime. I guess it’s par for the course for shyt hole leftist California. Actually, you should move there. Seems like your Utopia.
 

utsherman

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Of course you support it - you’re a socialist. The city isn’t mandating it, but they’re very deep into funding it.

First, they incentivize homeless people to relocate there by paying them with tax money, thus adding to the homeless crisis. They then pay the homeowners/landlords market rent to house the homeless. Then they pay nonprofits to run the placement programs, all of it largely on the taxpayers dime. I guess it’s par for the course for shyt hole leftist California. Actually, you should move there. Seems like your Utopia.
You’re so angry. Lol.
 

bigkat

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I support someone else’s right to take in homeless if they so choose. The city government clearly isn’t mandating it. And while it might seem a silly thing to suggest, it’s hardly the craziest shiz I’ve heard this week.
it is the crazy Crap that i have heard this week...... so if you lived in SanFran.... would you take in a couple of them?
 

utsherman

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it is the crazy Crap that i have heard this week...... so if you lived in SanFran.... would you take in a couple of them?
No, I wouldn’t take any in. I have already mentioned this. Doesn’t mean I still can’t support efforts to fight homelessness. 🤷‍♂️
 
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