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Frank in the swamps Cop Killer IS objectionable (66* d) RE: Cop Killer IS objectionable 01 May 98

Chet, If I had an answer to that question you'd of had it yesterday. It seems so easy, convince people that life is worth living, and that they really do have a future worth working for, but sometimes the simplest message can be maddeningly difficult to convey. I think Jon W. is correct in that a sound family is required for most people to grow into civilized adulthood, but the problems Barry referred need to be solved as well, and far too often, families have perpetuated attitudes of bigotry and indifference. There are too many walled communities in America.

One thing young men need (not to dis the ladies, but men are the violent beasties, I think we need to deal with them first) are decent paying jobs. Young undereducated men aren't going to work for minimum wage if they think that's all they're ever going to get out of life. As long as our government is handing out welfare checks, why not make them supplementary checks to people with min. wage jobs? If people can see tangible results in their life after a years hard work, the second year goes a lot easier. And where are the churches on this, I see a lot of fabulous buildings, and wealthy preachers on t.v. but I thought that tithing business was to help the needy.

Frank i.t.s.

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