The Problem With Public Housing



The problem with public housing is that the residents are not the owners.

The people that live in the house did not earn the house, but were loaned the property from the true owners, the taxpayers. Because of this, the residents do not have the “pride of ownership” that comes with the hard work necessary. In fact, the opposite happens and the residents resent their benefactors because the very house is a constant reminder that they themselves did not earn the right to live in the house. They do not appreciate the value of the property and see no need to maintain or respect it in any way. The result is the same whether you are talking about a studio apartment or a magnificent mansion full of priceless antiques. If the people who live there do not feel they earned the privilege, they will make this known through their actions.

So what do these pictures have in common?

They all show a basic disrespect for The White House and its furnishings! The Resolute Desk was built from the timbers of the HMS Resolute and was a gift from Queen Victoria to President Rutherford B. Hayes. It is considered a national treasure and icon of the presidency.

The White House belongs to the People of America and should be more revered than to use anything and everything for a foot rest! What all these shots have in common is that they continue to prove that this man has no class!

 

SO HERE’S A MESSAGE FROM THE PEOPLE OF AMERICA:

 

 

Mr. Obama, you are not in a hut in Kenya or Indonesia, or public housing in Chicago . With all due respect, get your damn feet off our desk!

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  1. Is he really sitting like that? Disrespect hardly describes it, but then this is who he is.

    • It is who he is and sadly besides the worst leader this nation has ever known, Obama is also the least thoughtful and without a doubt the least respectful…Probably never having anything fancier than TupperWare, he has no idea how to respect a priceless antique. Furthermore he has no idea what respect is.

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