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Inconsiderate Posts of Greedy Americans

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In the wake of politics, many rise to show their true colours. I know it is a battle, politics, we humans made it so, but it shouldn’t be. Choosing a leader for the common goal of development and security should be no battle. We are first of all human beings who can never live forever. Why do we forget this basic fact?

Now treating this topic in the picture above: To the best of my knowledge, trick and treating is begging. If you beg you should be ready to share the excess. Too much sweet for one and toothache sets in, different sicknesses follow, death is near then.

There are people too lazy to go begging, true, but there are some blocked by colour, there are some who are sick and cannot go begging, there are some too young to understand what begging is, there are some who beg but can’t receive.
I think this photo is over the bar and whoever drew it, with all its mischief as the wording suggest, should be ashamed.

Amoafowaa Sefa Cecilia

(Photo Credit: Google pic)

By amoafowaa

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6 replies on “Inconsiderate Posts of Greedy Americans”

Yes, , my Dear Cecilia, Greed is indeed the Problem. That, and those who have the Duty to Thunder against it, by which I mean the Teachers of Values, – the Ministers, Pastors and Priests, not to say the bishops and the pope, being LAZY, in not speaking about this enough.

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Mum C – In the context of American politics on the right, people are poor because they are too lazy; because they are “moochers” and “takers.” The individual is always solely responsible for his poverty – never the system. Regards from Florida.

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toritto: you yourself have written:

‘Every year someone who attended in prior years would be missing. The missing guy lost the job. Or his bank was acquired.’

A fellow who had a bank was Lazy? That the Only explanation and reason for his losing it?

No circumstances or elements outside his control affecting him?

…Hope you are not as simple as this in your real life.

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