Oinker of the Day 11.13

Lots of soup kitchens and services for the poor require attendance at religious services or even fees for participation in a rehabilitation program. Isn’t there something kind of smarmy about that method of “helping” others?

— Margo Pierce

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2 Comments on “Oinker of the Day 11.13”

  1. Natasha Says:

    Yes, Margo, it is indeed smarmy. An ulterior motive for helping the poor was never outlined in Jesus’ messages.

  2. Westside John Says:

    Hmmm Something for free? Doesn’t happen very often anymore. Lets see if the poor guy spent the time standing at the soup kitchen getting a job, he wouldn’t have to listen to the rhetoric. but that would be violating his civil rights or something. BTW most of Jesus’s messages were given when he was feeding the poor.

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