8 thoughts on “Supreme Court won’t hear homeless camping ban

  1. God will punish those who have refused these human beings simple things such as clean water, housing and food. I'd hate to be anyone who didn't help when they could have

  2. CAPITALISTS MAY NOT LIKE IT BUT THE HOMELESS HAVE THE RIGHT TO LIFE (THAT'S WELL-BEING!), LIBERTY (TO BE.) AND HAPPINESS…. (CAPITALISTS HAVE DENIED THE HOMELESS THESE RIGHTS FOR SO LONG! – THAT'S CRIME!)
    CAPITALISM DIVIDES AND DENIES EVERYONE WORTH AS TO ONE ANOTHER'S WELL-BEING!
    CAPITALISM is UNCONSTITUTIONAL!
    Every injustice (war, corruption, etc.), is over something else being of worth, than one another…. no matter where you are from, nor the language.
    Where eye-dollar-tree is of worth, everything is going to cost! (That's slavery!)
    Where one another is of worth, there is no cost…. It's priceless! (That's being free!)
    – the homeless in Babylon.
    HE'S US! (In the mirror suffering the MONOPOLY of make-believe worth!)

  3. Coming to a Liberal city near you! I am very sympathetic to anyone who is homeless. But I don't want a tent city anywhere near my neighborhood. SCOTUS' inaction means the decision by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals stands. Although that Court has been known as an activist court for several decades, this is a tragedy and could adversely affect the way of life for millions of normal, mentally stable, drug free, hard working people who have been playing by the rules – no matter how stressful it has been. I'm already looking at states to move to that are outside of this Court's jurisdiction. Unfortunately, there are seven Western states involved. And just wait, New Mexico and Texas will be crazy Liberal within the next 10 years. Fark!

  4. How sad the Dems in power & the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals are enabling the maladaptive homeless surge that tramples on the rights of businesses, taxpayers, & the young in the worst ways possible! Corporate & businesses exodus leave communities with less of a tax base. Politicians keep on throwing taxpayer $ down a bottomless pit (what are these going to do when the tax $ is not their to foot the bill or when people who work get tired of supporting the socialist idea of taking care of those who are able but choose to be dependant). The young are exposed to the lowest forms of the human condition when their schools & common areas are surrounded by homeless encampments, when preschoolers are marched on streets where used drug needles & other horrors can be seen + found, when their parks are invaded by the homeless who present a health danger, an usurpation of their play spaces, & when the young are robbed of their childhood. Of the homeless: those who are mental patients needing to be institutionalized or to be outpatients treated for their illnesses; those who use + sell drugs need to be treated accordingly for breaking the law; & those who simply like the life style, need to be left to fan for themselves, to be self sufficient & resourceful when obtaining government assistance (if they want it, this group of homeless need to take the initiative to go out & get it; if this group of people don't want it, then they can do without it). The homeless apologists are feeding the maladaptiveness of homelessness: NGOs who make their living on the back of those who choose to live this lifestyle, the politicians who love dependency rather than self-sufficiency, & the people, the "die-hards," who vote for those who maintain the urban plantations." All these have made homelessness mainstream & a way of life.

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