Playing The Homeless Card

In a recent blog I addressed how, when you call out individuals who happen to be homeless, some folks in the group act like you are attacking all of them. People were accused, through blogs and verbally, of badmouthing the homeless after they just called out certain individuals for bad behavior, which effects other homeless people and “those in need” who interact with the homeless.

In past blogs I have said that in places such as Bucks County, PA, the homeless are treated the way blacks were treated during the Jim Crow South. Largely due to Martin Luther King’s campaign for equality, blacks in America are equal and are free from oppression.  Today people are on a campaign to do the same for the homeless, preaching to judge people not by the place where they live but by the quality of their character.

Although today blacks have won their freedom, there are race hustlers who say, when you hold accountable a thug, a punk like Big Bad Michael Brown, the meanest man in the whole Ferguson town, badder than old King Kong, meaner than a junkyard dog, you are attacking all blacks. Black Lives Matter (backed up by the media) lied and people died as a result.  https://www.bing.com/search?q=big+bad+leroy+brown+youtube&form=EDGTCT&qs=AS&cvid=5e5ebde7960c434bae6ef3f7c5fecdb0&cc=US&setlang=en-US

Likewise, some homeless people, and some homeless advocates (particularly in Dover Delaware) play the homeless card. All for one and one for all works for the Three Musketeers, for people doing good, but people shouldn’t unite, circle the wagons to protect someone who does wrong. This has become the hallmark of the Democratic party, except when ratting someone out benefits someone in the party.

As is the case with the race hustlers, playing the homeless card is counterproductive. That card will eventually ware out. It certainly is getting old with me! So all for one and one for all when someone comes to the Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial in Levittown, PA drunk and trashes the place out, then, with this logic, you kick everyone who happens to be homeless out!

In his concurring opinion in a U.S. Supreme Court case that ruled affirmative action, the program started by Tricky Dick Nixon (have to bash both sides of the aisle), where employers and colleges are required to hire a certain quota of “minorities” unconstitutional, Justice Clarence Thomas wrote that using race as a basis to hurt or even benefit someone is racist.

Likewise, using homelessness as a basis to hurt or give a free pass to (like coming to a community meal drunk, cursing loudly and attacking people or ganging up on a homeless woman because you have a problem with her) is equally hobophobic (for those of you in Doylestown, the irrational fear and distain of homeless people).

So, just as you shouldn’t be afraid of the reaper, you shouldn’t be afraid of the blog. Don’t confuse blog with the blob that has appeared in old science fiction movies.

Don’t Fear The Blog

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A blog about you is here but now it’s gone

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So don’t fear the blog

Seasons don’t fear the blog

Nor do the wind, the sun or the rain

We can be like they are

Come on baby…Don’t fear the blog

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Make things right please do!

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Like King David in the Psalms

There is healing

God will give you his gracious alms

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