Tristan Farsac

Today feels like a good day to do some serious writing because there are many things to write about, starting with politics and the way it affects everyone, especially the homeless.
Now of course, when you think of homelessness, the first thought that comes to mind is how and why they’re the way they are and the only sensible explanations is they are people that for whatever reason failed and were not able to recover. That doesn’t mean they didn’t try hard enough, obstacles were put in place and most just gave up. When you look at the homeless population, you see many well educated people who went through college with degrees but then again, either they didn’t get their props or they just gave up. Shelters are filled with people of all nationalities from different parts of the world because they came hoping to live better lives only to be placed with others who fell for the same shattered dreams.
The government says that there’s no money but yet they have enough to give to overseas ventures while people right here in the US are losing their homes because of unemployment. Food stamps, medical expenses are higher, schools are being closed because of nonresponsibility from the government. Instead of the homeless crying about what they don’t have, they should band together and start their own government and utilize every strong hole necessary to take back what is rightfully theirs.

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