ok: a) The USA is not a Christian nation. There are some Christian-ish principles scattered here and there. But it’s not. It’s the product of the “Age of Reason” and was built with “tension” embedded in the system. b) Homelessness is a feature (not a bug) of the real estate industry. Other countries with homelessness have their own reasons but that is ours. c) Health care is a cash cow (like real estate) and nobody wants to give that up for the population that can’t afford it, particularly as those in charge vote themselves the best health care and convince us to turn against those with less so we don’t look at them. d) Prison: Cash cow and also a feature of the real estate industry. (You don’t like how real estate works? Here’s the alternatives for you: homelessness or prison). Again, a feature not a bug. e) Most churches donate to themselves; they are their own non-profit recipients. Left leaning churches are more likely to help those outside of their own church walls. Right leaning churches tend to keep the money within themselves; mormons are one of the prime examples of that.

ok:
a) The USA is not a Christian nation.
There are some Christian-ish principles scattered here and there.
But it’s not. It’s the product of the “Age of Reason” and was built with “tension” embedded in the system.
b) Homelessness is a feature (not a bug) of the real estate industry. Other countries with homelessness have their own reasons but that is ours.
c) Health care is a cash cow (like real estate) and nobody wants to give that up for the population that can’t afford it, particularly as those in charge vote themselves the best health care and convince us to turn against those with less so we don’t look at them.
d) Prison: Cash cow and also a feature of the real estate industry. (You don’t like how real estate works? Here’s the alternatives for you: homelessness or prison). Again, a feature not a bug.
e) Most churches donate to themselves; they are their own non-profit recipients. Left leaning churches are more likely to help those outside of their own church walls. Right leaning churches tend to keep the money within themselves; mormons are one of the prime examples of that.

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