Should junkie beggars be arrested?


#81

Aside from the obvious bait, what is “higher class”? I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again - nobodies more full of shit than most of the rich and those who deem themselves higher class. I don’t see the attraction in shit talking friends in your social circle with less money (as the upper middle class, and even middle class - do a lot).


#82

what, and you mean you actually know any upper middle class folk who hang out with the workers?? yeah right, pull the other one honey


#83

YES! The towns are being taken over by them. Soon enough the economies will crash, or the police will police again. The only question is, what happens first!?


#84

Yeah we should arrest people for existing and asking others for things/money. If they also happen to be homeless then I guess it’s just a life sentence since we’re not going to give them any chance to get on their feet.


#85

Repeat offenders should be institutionalized and/or housed in a community isolated from metropolitan life. I don’t see very much good coming out of arresting them and locking them away somewhere.


#86

Wouldn’t we have to support them with our taxpayer money if they all get sent to jail though…?