But, Without Government, Who Would Trash Mass Quantities of Food Intended for the Homeless?

The following correspondence originally took place upon my Facebook wall…

State-trashed charity food

State-trashed charity food

Rayn: 3,000 Homeless People Denied Food As City Forces Charity to Bleach the Food and Throw it In Dumpster:
http://thefreethoughtproject.com/3000-homeless-people-denied-food-dumpster/

Sandra C.: That’s a Shame! Is this
What we are teaching our
Children today? To be
Mean to other people?

Rayn: You see, only the government has truly benevolent intentions towards the poor. Everyone else is guilty having malicious motives, until proven innocent, in the form of a government-issued “permit.” Attempts at volunteer-based charity are *especially* suspicious, as there is no legitimate reason to help the needy without being paid to do so!

(I’m being sarcastic, of course, but ridicule works much better when delivered this way)

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