Which is worse: encouraging elderly to donate homes, or newlyweds to register campaign donations?
The catholic church has been encouraging the elderly and widows to give them their homes (See Mark 12:14). In my opinion, the Clint Eastwood movie, 'Gran Torino' was a big commercial for the catholic church. It ended with Eastwood's character disregarding his own children and donating the family home to Rome.
Now, Obama is promoting that engaged couples don't register for gravy bowls, but instead register for campaign donations.
Which of these is more despicable? If think either or both are okay, why?
I think it is worse to get newlyweds to register campaign donations. At least the Catholic church might turn the land into some kind of women's shelter or something. Nothing good comes out of politics anymore.
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