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Should the homeless be allowed to use Wabash Bus Station as a shelter due to the weather?

Should the homeless be allowed to use Wabash Bus Station as a shelter due to the weather?

Yes

3

No

8

Yes

3 Comments
Parm Brant Price
1
Parm Brant Price

As long as the homeless are respectful in their mannerisms then Yes. If they are disrespectful to the community then get rid of them.

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Music One
0
Music One

The ones of you voting no have probably never had to deal with being homeless before. You should try it and then come back and revote.

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Max DeYoung
Max DeYoung

I've been taking care of homeless people, since I joined the Navy in the late sixties. I voted "No."

Max DeYoung
Max DeYoung

53 years ago Neil Armstrong walked on the moon. Democrats today have felons and homeless walking the streets.

Steve Baumann
Steve Baumann

Says the nameless person.......

No

8 Comments
Harry D
2
Harry D

This location causes too many problems for the surrounding business community. City leaders created this problem and should have known it was a bad idea from the beginning and should have made changes much sooner.

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Steve Baumann
0
Steve Baumann

It's about time to bring back the old county infirmary or poor farm for the county’s indigent citizens. Past time.

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Max DeYoung
0
Max DeYoung

Pan handling is more lucrative in public places. The City needs to quit enabling these people. The homeless have their own lives to destroy, but not the innocent people around them. I am not being mean, I am being honest.

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Adam
Adam

Most of these panhandlers actually make more money than most of us. Plus it's tax free.

Should Mizzou be proud of its narrow loss to No. 1 Georgia?

Should Mizzou be proud of its narrow loss to No. 1 Georgia?

Yes

0

No

0

Yes

0 Comments
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No

0 Comments
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Are you worried that electronic surveillance is becoming too intrusive?

Are you worried that electronic surveillance is becoming too intrusive?

Yes

4

No

2

Yes

4 Comments
Jama Rahn
2
Jama Rahn

I'm unsure, possibly Benjamin Franklin, said that once we begin giving up our liberties in the name of safety is the day democracy begins to die. Okay, so the words aren't 100% and I'm unsure who is "quoted",but we are headed in that direction. Im notcomfortable with camera etc4 poss future threat

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Max DeYoung
Max DeYoung

"No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms." - Thomas Jefferson, Virginia Constitution, Draft 1, 1776 "I prefer dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery." - Thomas Jefferson, letter to James Madison, January 30, 1787

Max DeYoung
2
Max DeYoung

For obvious reasons, yes I am.

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No

2 Comments
Lida Vitt
1
Lida Vitt

Because we need it to assist with catching the criminals to keep our community safer. Witnesses are afraid to come forward, and the police are short handed.

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Max DeYoung
Max DeYoung

The govt has facial recognition of all the domestic terrorists in Portland Or. but won't prosecute them, but will go after innocent mothers at school board meetings. Go figure, you may be the next one arrested. Your own words from three months ago. "Privacy concerns and government over reach!" LGB

Harry D
1
Harry D

I am more worried about being tracked and spied on by my cell phone. Save some of your COVID masks, they are worthless at preventing COVID but might help protect you against facial recognition surveillance at the upcoming anti-gov protests. Leave your phone at home when going to protests.

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