Actually, there's a homeless crisis RIGHT NOW and, again, what we're really talking about is a fundamental shift in American housing and yet another EPIC wealth transfer that leaves small time property owners out in the cold.
To be fair, here's another perspective on the human rights aspect of the struggle that totally ignores the economic implications . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Roughly 50,000 households in the Kansas City metro are at risk of homelessness, and there aren't enough resources to serve them all, according to local advocates. "Some agencies get so many calls, they have to stop the calls," Teresa McClain, director of development at Community LINC, said.