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Old July 15th, 2014, 12:14 AM   #11
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Republicans are more charitable than Democrats and Europeans | Occasional Planet

Republicans Give More Money to Charities than Democrats - Democratic Underground

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"Religion has a big influence on giving patterns," said the Chronicle. "Regions of the country that are deeply religious are more generous than those that are not."

So???

This means yer fulla manure...
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Old July 15th, 2014, 06:16 AM   #12
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Longwinded...FYI:

Republicans are more charitable than Democrats and Europeans | Occasional Planet

Republicans Give More Money to Charities than Democrats - Democratic Underground

Taken from this second link:

"Religion has a big influence on giving patterns," said the Chronicle. "Regions of the country that are deeply religious are more generous than those that are not."

So???

This means yer fulla manure...
Gee, who would have thought that religious people would care more about the poor and disadvantaged than immoral animals in human form?

OUTRAGEOUS!

and you even posted links showing this is true!

TERRIBLE!
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Old July 15th, 2014, 06:21 AM   #13
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Gee, who would have thought that religious people would care more about the poor and disadvantaged than immoral animals in human form?

OUTRAGEOUS!

and you even posted links showing this is true!

TERRIBLE!
Longwinded has the appropriate avatar. Nothing wrong with being opinionated...if you know what the truth is. If you haven't bothered to research your "gut feeling" and think that it is right...you're often wrong. But good manners usually mean that a person possessed of them will not necessarily admit when they are wrong...but at least they'll sidestep the name calling. Childish...
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Old July 15th, 2014, 06:25 AM   #14
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So, in your infinite wisdom, compounding the problem with millions of illegal aliens is the way to fix the problem? Tell me just how moral is it to shaft legal Americans? Your reasoning defies reason.
WTF do illegals have to do with the way we treat the mentally ill ????

A friend of mine is the commander of his city's mental health unit. His is one of the few cities that has such a unit, though lately he's been giving lectures on how to set up an run them to other cities.

He is on a first name basis with nearly all of the chronically mentally ill in the city. He sees the same people over and over and over again.

The root of the issue is that we have no system for the long term care of the chronically mentally ill. It's the "revolving door" syndrome. They get picked up, the police take them to jail or the hospital, they give them drugs, once they're stable, they shove them out the door and the cycle starts all over again.

Sadly his busiest time is right before any holiday. When even those that have families to help support them, often "mysteriously" go off their meds and need to be locked up for a few days.

Some people, even with family support, just aren't going to stay complaint, they're simply not going to stay on their meds. For some, there are no meds that work. After a few trips through the system, and after a legal hearing, I think the best thing we can do is essentially warehouse them. Keep them safe, warm, clean and fed.
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Old July 15th, 2014, 08:39 AM   #15
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WTF do illegals have to do with the way we treat the mentally ill ????

A friend of mine is the commander of his city's mental health unit. His is one of the few cities that has such a unit, though lately he's been giving lectures on how to set up an run them to other cities.

He is on a first name basis with nearly all of the chronically mentally ill in the city. He sees the same people over and over and over again.

The root of the issue is that we have no system for the long term care of the chronically mentally ill. It's the "revolving door" syndrome. They get picked up, the police take them to jail or the hospital, they give them drugs, once they're stable, they shove them out the door and the cycle starts all over again.

Sadly his busiest time is right before any holiday. When even those that have families to help support them, often "mysteriously" go off their meds and need to be locked up for a few days.

Some people, even with family support, just aren't going to stay complaint, they're simply not going to stay on their meds. For some, there are no meds that work. After a few trips through the system, and after a legal hearing, I think the best thing we can do is essentially warehouse them. Keep them safe, warm, clean and fed.
Mentally ill? Did I say anything about the mentally ill? The issue is illegal alien parasites. Your attempt to change the issue is dully noted.
Please, take your meds. Now you can attack me on an unrelated subject.
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Old July 15th, 2014, 08:46 AM   #16
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WTF do illegals have to do with the way we treat the mentally ill ????

A friend of mine is the commander of his city's mental health unit. His is one of the few cities that has such a unit, though lately he's been giving lectures on how to set up an run them to other cities.

He is on a first name basis with nearly all of the chronically mentally ill in the city. He sees the same people over and over and over again.

The root of the issue is that we have no system for the long term care of the chronically mentally ill. It's the "revolving door" syndrome. They get picked up, the police take them to jail or the hospital, they give them drugs, once they're stable, they shove them out the door and the cycle starts all over again.

Sadly his busiest time is right before any holiday. When even those that have families to help support them, often "mysteriously" go off their meds and need to be locked up for a few days.

Some people, even with family support, just aren't going to stay complaint, they're simply not going to stay on their meds. For some, there are no meds that work. After a few trips through the system, and after a legal hearing, I think the best thing we can do is essentially warehouse them. Keep them safe, warm, clean and fed.
Why do Liberals have to change the topic, OH wait because they have been proven to be ignorant on the topic of the thread


If you want to talk about the mentally ill please start your own thread on the topic. This is about the Illegal trafficking of children.
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Old July 15th, 2014, 08:52 AM   #17
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Republicans are more charitable than Democrats and Europeans | Occasional Planet

Republicans Give More Money to Charities than Democrats - Democratic Underground

Taken from this second link:

"Religion has a big influence on giving patterns," said the Chronicle. "Regions of the country that are deeply religious are more generous than those that are not."

So???

This means yer fulla manure...
Giving to the born again evangelical church isn't being more charitable. THEY use the money to pass on to the Uganda President and when he had his millions, he passed a law that said to murder gays. That's not charity. That's anti-Christ campaigns.
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Why do Liberals have to change the topic, OH wait because they have been proven to be ignorant on the topic of the thread


If you want to talk about the mentally ill please start your own thread on the topic. This is about the Illegal trafficking of children.
This is about the jails system being used as a makeshift asylum.

Hey, TN, if there is EVER any word in the English language you are struggling with, just ask a democrat what it means. If you're too embarrassed to show everyone, just PM one of us. We'll be glad to help you stay focused on the subject at hand.
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Old July 15th, 2014, 08:54 AM   #19
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WTF do illegals have to do with the way we treat the mentally ill ????

A friend of mine is the commander of his city's mental health unit. His is one of the few cities that has such a unit, though lately he's been giving lectures on how to set up an run them to other cities.

He is on a first name basis with nearly all of the chronically mentally ill in the city. He sees the same people over and over and over again.

The root of the issue is that we have no system for the long term care of the chronically mentally ill. It's the "revolving door" syndrome. They get picked up, the police take them to jail or the hospital, they give them drugs, once they're stable, they shove them out the door and the cycle starts all over again.

Sadly his busiest time is right before any holiday. When even those that have families to help support them, often "mysteriously" go off their meds and need to be locked up for a few days.

Some people, even with family support, just aren't going to stay complaint, they're simply not going to stay on their meds. For some, there are no meds that work. After a few trips through the system, and after a legal hearing, I think the best thing we can do is essentially warehouse them. Keep them safe, warm, clean and fed.
With the parents of homosexual children throwing out their children to be on the streets, because their preacher man says it's a sin and these cold hearted parents will throw out their child rather than love him/her, even more and more issues of mental instability come into play.

Your friend is to be admired.
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An example of what those church donations called charity contributions do for the needy.
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