Seven days a week she shuffles round Southport, scavenging through litter bins. " "Marks & Spencer won't let me use their toilet, " she told me. "They say it's for paying customers only. " Btw, I know for certain that she's not homeless but, is, like so many others, forgotten, lonely and practically penniless. So much for our 'welfare state', eh? I wish to God that someone would fix our country's so-called 'safety net' ; and fix
rcmmacgregor: “Not only do red states not pay their fair share of taxes, but just the out of 26 biggest welfare states are in fact ‘red, pro-Trump’ states, yet they constantly call Democrats jobless and the ones who are welfare.
All the progressives who invoke Christian principles to justify the welfare state conveniently forget this part. There is no virtue in demanding others pay for what one considers to be the "compassionate" thing to do.