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Hard Times Generation: Families living in cars


Uploaded on Nov 27, 2011

Scott Pelley brings “60 Minutes” cameras back to central Florida to document another form of family homelessness: kids and their parents forced to live in cars.

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3 Responses to Hard Times Generation: Families living in cars

  1. tom nichols- American historian says:

    …………..this is the future for American workers and their families. The jew bankers have it all planned and figured out. ‘Richest Country in the World’
    47 million people on food stamps cant feed themselves. Who is bullshitting who? Keep watching tv.

  2. Judy Gange says:

    Hello!

    I have watched this video and my heart breaks for them.There are similar vedios exposing the Homeless in Japan who are receiving food from generous people there.They hide at night and come out at daylight and sit with the public on park benches.
    The Japanese are a Very Proud Race so I understand why they do this.

    IF ALL THE PEOPLE OF THE WORLD WOULD GIVE A $1 DONATION THERE WOULD BE NO POVERTY MORTAGES WOULD BE FINALISED .THERE WOULD NO LONGER BE THE STRANGLE HOLD THE BANKERS AND ELITES USE TO ENSLAVE HUMANITY!!

  3. flee says:

    Gary Numan.
    “Cars”.
    Not readin sht again.
    Try living in your car.
    I have.
    I luv my leaky moldy trailer now.

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