Rich socialists like Bernie Sanders are stridently righteous about their love of the poor:
We are living in a nation which worships wealth rather than caring for the poor. I don't think that is the nation we should be living in.
— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) March 18, 2017
Normally they are content to help the poor by barking sanctimonious rhetoric in support of higher taxes (even though these taxes create more poverty by retarding economic growth). But here is a chance for them to do something to prove that their show of concern is not just a phony posture to cover their greed, and that they really do care about the indigent:
Multnomah County [Oregon] has a new idea to fight homelessness: Build tiny houses in people’s backyards and rent them out to families with children now living on the street.
Why are there no mini-houses in the backyard of any of Bernie Sanders’ three houses? Doesn’t he want more people to take his rhetoric seriously?
These would look great at Bernie’s new $600,000 summer house:
On tips from Torcer, Heckrules, Tchhht!!!, R F, and Everyday President.