About the homeless crises in america today

@tosha33 (265)
United States
May 2, 2009 1:50am CST
My mother and law found out that the rental house that she is living in was sold from beneath her feet and she has 30 days to vacate the property, I have been doing some thinking about the homeless crises that we have in America today and how many people are actually homeless because we refuse to stop things like this from happening. How can some one sell a house that is being rented to tenets and then throw the people out? Don't any one care about the health and well beings of others any more? when I was a child and something like this happened the whole community would pull together and help the family in need. Now a days I wonder if anyone actually knows the meaning of it any more.
1 response
• United States
3 May 09
Poor, I live in San Francisco. I used to live in Berkeley. Which of the two fars worse? The BOTH do. It's terrible I remembered it happened while living in Berkeley poor people everywhere. Flood the streets, asking " Can you spare change?" It sucks! And San Francisco, nothing better. Pockes of homeless people scatter the districts in such a beautiful and very small pocket-sized city.