Now the question is “Who should pick up the peices”. The children surely suffer from the situation, but the bonds of family are extremely important.
Actually, he is getting help, but he has no support group. Lately, other disabled have been trying to get him organized. He got a hover-round (Thank’s Tim Johnson), but he doesn’t normally have a secretary to help him with access to benefits.
As a Disabled person, doesn’t he deserve as much help as the next guy?
Is it fair that he shot-up so much crank that he had two strokes. He doesn’t use drugs now, shouldn’t the past be forgiven? What is fair. Who gets hurt?
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