#1 Homeless Scum return to City of Sarasota08-17-2012, 01:08 PM
See...sometimes it pays to have a rep as an anti-homeless city
Date: August 16, 2012
by: Kurt Schultheis | City Editor
There’s a new group of homeless people roaming downtown that’s drawn the ire of downtown residents, business owners and pedestrians. Making matters worse, there are rumors circulating that the group of roughly 40 people, estimated to be in their 20s, accepted bus tickets to Sarasota from the city of Clearwater and other neighboring cities.
“It’s a blight,” Brenner said. “You shouldn’t even call them homeless people because they are vagrants who could work if they had the drive to do so.”
Sarasota Police Lt. Randy Boyd said the homeless issue has reared its head again because the city’s trespass program was suspended in May and just reinstituted this weekend.
But Sarasota Salvation Army’s director of programs and facilities David Sutton said his facility “is no Holiday Inn.”
“We are about helping those that want to be helped and get off the streets, Sutton said. “If you just want to hang out on the streets, Sarasota isn’t the city for you.”
Sarasota used to have the rep as a "mean" city to homeless. Let the Libtards in local gubmint and you get this. There are way too many libtards in Sarasota now.May the FORCE be with you!
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08-17-2012, 05:03 PM...estimated to be in their 20s...You shouldn’t even call them homeless people because they are vagrants who could work if they had the drive to do so.
SR, you know what to do. It's been a while but the boys are on standby. Call them.Be Not Afraid.
08-17-2012, 06:23 PM
We saw them around LaSurTable a couple of weeks ago. They had a big sale on citrus juicers. We had so many oranges the past year that I burned out the previous juicer. They looked like they were from a time warp from the 60's, latter day hippies. They looked pretty dirty, hung out around the store in a little group, and in general were doing nothing but being libs, what they do best.
I hope Sarasota regains its rep as a mean city. Well, they did do something mean. They removed the benches from a city park that was close to some of the expensive condos. Residents were complaining. The theory was they wouldn't hang around if there was no place to sit. There was a whole lot of whining going around.
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08-17-2012, 06:54 PM
What Sarasota needs to do is ship the bastards down to Naples. They don't take scum lightly there. I'm sure the Gulf
would be "fertilized" ...if you know what I mean.May the FORCE be with you!
08-18-2012, 07:02 AM
Our county tried to bypass our town board by setting up portable toliets in an area known for homeless people. Which would just attract more of them. The toliets would of been behind a grocery store and a casino that also has a large bowling alley and three resturants.
That is all we need. Drunk homeless people hanging out where parents are dropping off children for their bowling leauges.
The plan was voted down.
08-18-2012, 09:47 AM“It’s a blight,” Brenner said. “You shouldn’t even call them homeless people because they are vagrants who could work if they had the drive to do so.”Olde-style, states' rights conservative. Ask if this concept confuses you.
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From the Guy Fawkes mask to the "Shit is fucked up and bullshit" sign, the attention to detail in this video is win-worthy.
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