Skip to comments.Agencies create plan for families in motels displaced by DNC
Posted on 08/29/2012 2:49:18 PM PDT by TurboZamboni
CHARLOTTE, N.C. Mecklenburg County, the Wells Fargo Foundation and the Temple Beth El Religious School are among the contributors to a $20,000 fund to help keep low-income families from being displaced from motels by rising rates during the Democratic National Convention. The motel fund is part of a multi-tier approach homeless services agencies unveiled Monday in anticipation of as many as 100 families being displaced
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Make sure the displaced families who recieve help are all registered Obama voters. lol
...............the contributors to a $20,000 fund to help keep low-income families from being displaced from motels by rising rates during the Democratic National Convention.............
I certainly hope that the democrat invitees truly enjoy their stay in a filthy motel room, inhabited by roaches who feed off the old pizza cartons and loaded diapers!
They want to make sure that the vagrants are off the streets before the TV cameras get there.
Homeless only exist when a Republican is president. There are no homeless in Obama’s Amerika.
Of course, the DNC wants its people there so a major inconvenience for the residents doesn't matter.
Most of the welfare motels in this part of the country are pretty sorry places, dirty, run down, full of hookers, meth addicts, and cockroaches.
The DNC representatives will fit right in.
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