Are clothes next?

When did it become our responsibility to feed our neighbor’s children?

The kids aren’t even in school.

EPISD is not unusual–it seems that all of our local school districts are doing this.

In the case of EPISD they are distributing 33,000 meals a day that are free to their students.

Yes the feral government is reimbursing them.

We all know who reimburses the feds.

We deserve better

Brutus

9 Responses to Are clothes next?

  1. America has become a land of selfish people says:

    Matthew 10:42
    And whoever gives one of these little ones even a cup of cold water because he is a disciple, truly, I say to you, he will by no means lose his reward.”

    It became our responsibility a long time ago.

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  2. JerryK says:

    If you say anything about it, the return is, “What? You’d make kids go hungry?” If you bring up that it wasn’t the school’s responsibility to feed kids when you were young but the parents’ expect, “OK Boomer.”

    BIg Ag loves these programs. But in the 1950s and 60s, there weren’t so many latch key kids.

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  3. When? says:

    When did it become my responsibility to pay for the city manager’s car and his personal travel to and from Dallas?

    When did it become my responsibility to pay for the school superintendent’s car and first-class air travel?

    When did it become my responsibility to pay for an El Paso Police Department code compliance officer to have a shiny, city pick-up truck that he can drive home every night?

    When did it become my responsibility to pay for a ballpark for a privately owned sports business?

    When did it become my responsibility to fund a for-profit water park resort, which the city would have done if the company hadn’t backed out?

    When did it become my responsibility to subsidize real estate development?

    Need I keep going?

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  4. Silence Dogwood says:

    It became your responsibility when you voted for politicians who think this shit is good for us 🙂

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  5. James T. Kirk says:

    The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few. — Spock

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  6. Anonymous says:

    You do realize the schools always feed kids during the summer? And anyway the kids ARE still in school. Online learning is actually a thing, not just EPISD propaganda.

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