The Ubiquitous Pig
Daniel Krotz

Loaves & Fishes, Moral Hazard, and Shortages

Posted Sunday, April 8, 2012, at 2:01 PM
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  • Yes, it is possible.

    Heartbreaking...driving by with folks lined up into the Berryville cemetery before the fence opens...some talking..on cell phones, maybe texting...smoking cigarettes..driving late model automobiles and trucks...some even appearing to be overweight. All hiding in plain site. How does one not be duped? Where is Sherlock Holmes.... when yea need him? And that **** poultry plant..always looking for production employees, every week for forever..whoops, can't speak spangklish...oh well invite and welcome the third world in, the more the merrier.

    Choices, personal and political have consequences. This is just harvest time.

    -- Posted by Atlas Shrugged on Sun, Apr 8, 2012, at 9:36 PM
  • I guess Mr. Shrugged won't be sending in a donation?

    I understand how he feels. It is difficult not to morally judge the poor, people who are different than we are, people who think differently than we do. Thank goodness I have Jesus to guide me and help me overcome my desire to judge others. Anyway, thanks to all the volunteers who work so hard. I am impressed that they have been able to overcome their moral indignation and do the work that Jesus did.

    -- Posted by RoseO on Mon, Apr 9, 2012, at 8:21 AM
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