In One Eye
Friday, October 14, 2005
It seems to me there's a nexus between these two stories.
[Connecticut's] food bank's shelves are slowly filling back up. But as the holiday season approaches - the time of year when social service organizations and other nonprofits normally receive their most significant donations - local charities report anxiety over donor fatigue ...And,
Consumers across the country are racing to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy before Monday, when a law that places new restrictions on bankruptcy filings takes effect ...So while the faith-based and other semi-private organizations that the Bushies assured us would take care of any shortages in welfare, disaster relief, child care, et al, are running out of money, the plutocrats have made it more difficult for the hoi polloi to get any financial relief via bankruptcy. Of course, MBNA and its ilk try to justify this larcenous legislation by saying that it will "cut down on bankruptcy fraud." They don't mention the real hardships that hurricane victims and others will suffer as a result of this plutocracy.
God, I hate these people.
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