by Leslee Kulba
Wild West blogger
I infer from this article that we as a society are so messed up that people are afraid to ask for help with a broken foot because they fear most of us would make life miserable for them solely on the basis of how they run their private, personal affairs. I’m not knocking anybody for helping, but I hate being told we must organize ourselves into special classes to help only our kind. Hazards for discrimination, I believe, are greatly exaggerated. I am imagining people keeping detailed databases of every private act engaged by every member of the community, scored on a point system, with a red line defining the cutoff point for humanitarian compassion. Really?