A Modest Proposal for Homeless People

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A Modest Proposal for the Homeless People in Canada

When you walk on the streets of Downtown all you see are dirty, smelly homeless people begging for money. They take up all the space on the sidewalks with their signs and annoy people that walk by. People do not like to walk by homeless people because they look so scary and harmful. Instead of trying to find a job, they are always asking for money but they will never use it for food or water, they will most likely spend it on drugs. Homeless people make our city look dirty and poor which sets a bag reputation for our city. They are a burden on our society and we need to do something about it before it gets out of control.

There is no reason such filthy people should be a part of what seems to be a clean society. The homeless are consistently bringing down the look of the city. The look they are giving off tends to be one of a poor, uninviting, and dirty environment. There is a great bother from the homeless and an obvious reason to get rid of them. As a proposal, since the homeless are always begging for money, they should be forced to work extremely hard so higher parts of society no longer have to. It is the homeless; after all, taking up all the space; they might as well do all the terrible work that no one ever wants to do to get it over with. That would maybe make them seem like less of a burden. If that does not work; however, there is always the option to send them away and give them food of some kind, whatever can be found, to make them leave our streets. It would make sense to imprison these types of people. This will clean up the streets; make them look as they should. With the help from this there should be no reason for such terribly filthy people to continue to be a part of our society. Once they have departed the city will become much nicer and much more populated cause new people will actually want to stay in the city.

We think the proposal points out some advantages:
For, First, as we...
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