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Posted by  David on March 25, 2003 at 10:23:27:

In Reply to:  Re: I have 2 great ideas - Responsibility - Habitat for Humanity posted by JWmHarmon on March 24, 2003 at 11:45:28:

HFH will interview a family to make sure they are a church going family and they must have been employed for many years to prove themselves and they are upwardly mobile,usually immigrants or Black because HFH does'nt think there are any Poor whites or they have chosen to ignore the fact that most poor americans are white...they certainly have some good ideas,,but,when you realize that all the materials are donated and all the labor is donated and usually the land is donated by the city,,and still they homes sell for 140000,theres something wrong there...and its always a token,one house in each city..never much real help,just something to help make middle class people feel better about themselves,a token effort to appease guilt...and as for Capitalism,,I see that it benefits the Rich and ALWAYS hurts the poor,,because the Rich get bailed out but the poor suffer the consequences of the decisions of the Rich and whenever the business cycle dips the poor suffer unemployment but the Rich takes the profits and retire in Tahiti...Capitalism is Slavery of the poor by the Rich,the name has been changed to protect the guilty,,and that is the Truth..

 
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