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You Be the Judge: Should the Law Discourage People from Becoming Vagrants?

muhl Wrote: Apr 02, 2013 2:39 PM
The biggest probem to the vagrant is that he is HOMELESS. This means he has no home, no car, no phone, and no income. Without any of these benefits, the vagrant homeless can NOT get a job. A JOB requires a residence, phone contact, and transportation. If anything is amiss, the homeless person can NOT get a given job. How has a person spewed on the street any hope of recovery when lacking the basic requirements for a given job.

It’s both difficult and easy to be a libertarian.

It’s difficult because the corrupt Washington establishment of politicians, lobbyists, bureaucrats, and interest groups almost always is allied against us.

But it’s easy since you have strong moral principles that put liberty over statism, so at least you don’t need a lot of time to figure out whether class-warfare tax policy is desirable, whether the federal government is too big, or whether government should be throwing people in jail for...