Saint Mary's student from Concord spends summer in Alaska helping homeless
The call to action can sound a little faint at first -- sign up to serve a meal in a soup kitchen, or volunteer at a local food bank.
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#1 Aug 24, 2011
Want to help them? Take a few back home when you go. Wr don't want them. Most are drunks and/or druggies, so they have no sympathy from me. I work for a living. So can they.
#2 Sep 7, 2011
Most of them are mental(as you seem to be too) cases that really are unemployable.I know that I wouldn't hire them to work in my business.A much larger percentage of veterans are homeless when compared to the rest of the population so not only are you a lost soul wandering the Earth with out the benefit of Christian values but you are unpatriotic and should go back to whatever backwater country that your family crawled across the border from.
#3 Sep 7, 2011
Horsecrap. I am a 21 year active duty veteran. You are so far off the mark you sound either a bit mental or you are a bum too. I stand by what I said and if you don't agree, tough.
Your stupid comments shows a gross lack of education and reality, you twit. Any veteran can get any help they need IF THEY WANT IT. You sound like one of the loonies that heard and believed that knucklehead Democrat say there are 200,000 veterans loving under bridges. It turned out to be hogwash from a baffoon. Surely you didn't believe that Edwards garbage.
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