Do you think Anthony feels bad...

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AnthonOpe

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If he sees a hungry child on the streets?

Or is he all ....I don't care bitches I'm gonna throw out my leftover lobster and fillet mignon.

He was a hungry child once, but he stole from his father to get some ice cream sammiches, but he does forget where he came from.
 

Konstantin K

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Probably not. Why would he?
 

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Sir Anthony can not afford to feel compassion for the down trodden. Far too much of his money is stolen from him to care anymore.
 

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My buddy works at a Papa Murphy's, and he sees people come in all the time in brand new cars with designer clothing and use food stamps to buy their pizza (they can because it's Take & Bake).

I'll gladly support most programs that help the truly needy, as long as we're allows to chemically castrate anyone who has children while on the programs, or caught misusing the programs, for a minimum of two years, and make them ineligible of any aid, ever again.

I love how people like you always point at the rich, who are already taxed upwards of 50%, as the problem. Maybe make the programs more helpful to the people who actually need them, and they would see more support.
 

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Excuse me, but Mr. Cumia does not roam the streets like some common peasant, therefor he doesnt see starving children.
 

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If he sees a hungry child on the streets?

Or is he all ....I don't care bitches I'm gonna throw out my leftover lobster and fillet mignon.

He was a hungry child once, but he stole from his father to get some ice cream sammiches, but he does forget where he came from.
When I'm on the streets and asked "Sir do you have any spare change?" I like to answer "Yep!", or "Baaah! I only carry credit cards...."
 

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Do you think Anthony feels bad...

If he sees a hungry child on the streets?
First, you're using "hungry child" as a euphemism for the poor in general because just asking "Does Anthony feel bad for the poor?" sounds as whiny as it is. To answer the question of "Does Anthony feel bad for the poor?", the answer is this: Who gives a shit? Why should he have to? People are constantly complaining about what rich people do and wanting them to be taxed more because it's "fair". Where is the compassion for them and their unfair treatment at the greedy hands of the state and the envious? There isn't any. Why should he return compassion and respect that he hasn't been shown?
 

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I've started my share of ridiculous threads on the internet over the last couplea decades 'cause I'm a hopeless drunk with wi-fi, but this one makes even me cringe.
 

AnthonOpe

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First, you're using "hungry child" as a euphemism for the poor in general
No I meant if Anthony actually saw a hungry child would he feel bad.

I saw a guy the other day who had obvious mental and/or retardation problems and I felt bad for him and it made me think of the question.
 

Rash Rendering

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Ant hates children. Ant hates poor people. Therefore, Ant hates poor children.
 

DeadAnus

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Its just a character for the show, do you honestly think Ant would have the balls to call someone a savage to their face? Aside from out a car window of course.
 

Josh_R

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Normal human compassion. But I'm sure he would rather see a child starve than have his family get food stamps.
You realize that welfare programs actually contribute to the lack of empathy that many people feel for others, right? When people know that the government is ABSOLUTELY going to take care of poor people, they feel no compulsion to pitch in and give to charity. They feel as though their taxes are already a form of forced charity.


http://www.downsizinggovernment.org/hhs/welfare-spending
A number of studies have demonstrated such a government crowd-out effect in low-income assistance.49 Charitable giving declined dramatically during the 1970s, as the Great Society programs of the 1960s were expanding. The decline in giving leveled out in the 1980s as welfare spending began to level out and the public was deluged with news stories about supposed cutbacks in federal programs. Then, after the passage of welfare reform in 1996, there was a large spike in private giving.50 Studies have also shown that when particular charities start receiving government funds, there is a decrease in private donations to those charities.51

Americans are the most generous people on earth, contributing more than $300 billion a year to organized private charities. In addition, they volunteer more than 8 billion hours a year to charitable activities, with an estimated value of about $158 billion.52 Americans donate countless dollars and countless efforts toward providing informal help to families, neighbors, and others in need. There is every reason to believe that the elimination of government welfare would bring a very positive response both from recipients of government welfare and from Americans wanting to help those who are truly in need.
 

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I would doubt it. He would feel like he does too much for them already.
 
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