If we all helped our fellow human beings out more, there would be no need for PA and things like it, and our deficit would greatly decrease, once and for all?
Really think about it... You see some people that are in need, so maybe your block or neighborhood or church, whatever it is, really got together and helped them out, not short term, but long term. They need a house? Help them figure out ways to raise money, then help them get it going, or help them build one. We all have extra things lying around our house that we don't need... Instead of taking it to a thrift store (which I love shopping at BTW), where the employees take most of it, and leave the rest, give it to people you actually see who are in need.
We don't HAVE to always give money. We can lend a hand in helping others help themselves, and then PA programs wouldn't be needed so much. That's true socialism, and I'm all for it.
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Night- many do these things routinely and silently. I guess they neither feel the need nor have the inclination to broadcast their efforts. Helping others in whatever way you can is a wonderful idea. It's what being a community member is all about.
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