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Homeless problem hits home

October 12, 2013

FAIRMONT — What does homelessness look like? A man with bare feet, sleeping on a sidewalk, a newspaper for bedding? A woman with a shopping cart overflowing with bags filled with who knows what?......

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Oct-12-13 8:26 PM

"Should we make sure they are not using or addicted to chemicals before paying for their housing?"

Now you are "limiting" their freedom, that is the main reason these deadbeats have no job, family, or friends.

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Oct-12-13 8:23 PM

As long as the counties do not give them any services, the homeless have no reason to hang around. Three years ago in Colorado Springs they let **campers** tent along a creek. The next thing you know there were 1500-2000 people there, "camping". They had to threaten folks w/ jail to get them to move along.

IF you "enable" them, they will come...

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Oct-12-13 8:56 AM

Trade them to Mexico! Isn't it ironic that the "illegals" come here to work, live 10 to a house, and ADD to society, but we'll spend more on our addicted deadbeats that have no intention of ever adding back or working again. I have no problem giving a little govt support for a person or family that is out there putting in a 40 hr work week at minimum wage, but these deadbeat, do nothings can die and the sooner the better. There is a reason why their families have nothing to do with them - their worthless!Give them a tent!

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