Homeless use temporary tent site in B...

Homeless use temporary tent site in Belleville to raise awareness

There are 3 comments on the Belleville News Democrat story from Oct 6, 2012, titled Homeless use temporary tent site in Belleville to raise awareness. In it, Belleville News Democrat reports that:

A few dome tents were set up Saturday morning in Hough Park in Belleville while volunteers handed out clothes, blankets, food, personal hygiene items and literature to homeless people from the metro-east and from St.

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Ninja 911

Lakeland, FL

#1 Oct 6, 2012
Because of the really long running very bad Obama economy, homelessness has become an epidemic.

United States

#2 Oct 6, 2012
I know thats right. I'm homeless and I have to go to QT to use the toilet and plug in my laptop to argue with people.
The Belleville Fire Department came out today and sprayed me with water so I didn't smell so bad.
I'm going to sue them and the City of Belleville for violating my rights. I have the right to stink if I want too and if I want to pass out and lay in a ditch, then I have that right too.

“Obama Is Mentally Sick”

Since: Oct 11


#3 Oct 7, 2012
You ain't right.

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