? ACLU lawsuit won’t help homeless issue
I have seldom found a whole lot of topics that spark my irritation point enough to write a letter to the editor over the years.
However, I have to take exception to the more recent legal meddling by the ACLU into the affairs of the homeless “hanging out” in Laguna Beach. Enough so that they felt compelled to take the issue into a legal action against the city of Laguna Beach.
Too bad. Too bad they have so little to do when there are so many other and more pertinent issues elsewhere in our country and to create such discourse by wasting all the parties valuable time and money to take this city to court for their malfeasance and harsh treatment of the homeless folks here in town. Ha!
Now let me ask you, ACLU, have you offered to financially assist any of the cities/communities with this growing problem?
There are plenty of help programs that you could contribute to such as food banks, Red Cross, Salvation Army, local churches or perhaps expanding or annexing the Friendship Shelter here in town.
Can we anticipate that you will be stepping up to the plate in this capacity in the near future? Will you be coming to the financial and legal rescue of Laguna Beach if there is an accident involving a homeless person when and if someone is injured or perhaps even killed — like they do to the homeless in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil?
Do you think that you could come up with a more positive solution to this problem/dilemma or are you just charging in because the new dean of the new law school at UCI is trying to make a name for himself and the law school he is going to oversee (per an editorial opinion in the Wall Street Journal)?