Capitol Alert: Updated homeless 'bill of rights' passes CA legislative committeeAn amended version of a bill that would extend new protections to California's homeless population cleared the Assembly Judiciary Committee on Tuesday morning.
Assemblyman Tom Ammiano, D-San Francisco, framed Assembly Bill 5 as an attempt to create a statewide baseline of homeless civil rights, citing a proliferation of municipal ordinances cracking down on behavior like lying or sleeping on the sidewalk as examples of the "criminalization of poor people."
now there's an agenda item that's blipping alarmingly on every california mom's and pop's radar screen---a homeless bill of rights
gotta target those uppity and independent minded townies whose overweening audacity leads them to assume some kinda local leadership over issues they're experiencing, y'know, in their neighborhoods
sacto, decades of decisions have demonstrated beyond doubt, always knows best
especially level headed legists like tom-kiss-my-faggot-ass-ammiano
no more ordinances against panhandling or sleeping on sidewalks without first satisfying the ammianos that you've got a low UE, you've got ready public housing and cash assistance
you must compile exact statistics for the presidia to count up---how many loiterings, how many obstructions of the public
and what color are the people you're moving
and, of course, there's the inevitable exposure of public business to open litigation
not exactly what an economy in recession requires
no wonder so many are moving to texas
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give us your dirty, deadbeat, deranged
your drugged out masses yearning to pee free