If your child was sick with the same illness or even disease as your neighbor’s child, which is your responsibility to care for first? If your child is hungry like the children in another country, who do you feed first?
In a airplane, who do they tell to put on the oxygen mask first and then help the minor child or invalid next to you? And why do they say this? Because if you pass out you won’t be able to help anyone.
What if 20 Million Illegal Aliens Vacated America?
While these questions seem ridiculous to normal, everyday Americans who are doing their best to provide for the own families with enough left over to share with others in need – certain leadership act as though they’re convinced the exact opposite is proper thinking and acting.
Handouts have never been successful in helping people become self-sufficient or providing a better life for them. There is a way to care for our homeland first and then help others in a more appropriate and successful manner.
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