And no one is going to pay for the vr experience of tommy tooter. They either get it for free, or not at allWho needs VR? When you're listening to Tooter talk it's like you're right there with him digging for stale bread in the garbage, looking for nuggets of meaning amidst the yellowing clumps of sun-ripened broccoli and swollen cans of beefaroni.
Hence I'm leaning towards the idea of government-contracted charity organizations in lieu of welfare and subsidized housing programs. Some claim that current government social programs for the poor enable deviant behavior whereas with private charity organizations, they give what the poor need other than free money. Yeah that sounds rather Trumpian, but at the same time, everybody on all sides of politics are sick and tired of their tax money being misused anyways.I find it interesting that Tom will quote Leviticus to support welfare programs.
Most cafeteria Christians quote from the new testament about the disciples selling their property to give to the needy, because it makes it easier to ignore the most famous bit in Leviticus.
You know the one, the one saying Tom and people like Tom should be stoned for being abominations. Heck according to Leviticus Tom should be stoned thrice; for cross-dressing, homosexuality, and bestiality but let's let that go.
Like the noble Indians we leave behind the yucky parts of the buffalo.