Poor Mr. Clayton. He must be so tired after interviewing all the people that are housed in the facility run by the two "elderly" women and all those who now have homes built by the Habitat For Humanity Organization, and just imagine the time it took to interview the people who he knows are on welfare for one reason or another.
What compassion he must have for those less fortunate people. I think he needs to find a hobby and pray that he never needs help.
Our daughter has her bachelor's and master's degree and has volunteered her time to the Habitat For Humanity and we have given donations to this very good cause.
We also donate to the Veterans Helping Veterans and will continue to do so.
By the way, we donated two twin beds and linens.
Mr. Clayton, get a life, and, as the saying goes, "There but for the grace of God, go I."
Annice M. Colbertson, Payson