" few moments later, a social service volunteer hastened down the sidewalk. When he saw the young man, he paused for a moment and shook his head.
I'm really trying to rid this city of people like you," he said, shaking his head. "Sleeping in the streets shouldn't be an option. I wish there was something I could do, but I'm late to help society."
Finally, as a wealthy businessman driving down the road near the young man caught a glimpse of what he thought was a hand lying on the sidewalk. The businessman, a local Republican candidate and member of a fundamentalist Christian church, quickly pulled his large, Lexus SUV to the side of the road, and hopped out, kneeling on the ground next to the young man...
He noticed the young man's bruises and tattered sign. Quickly, he took off his own jacket and placed it around the young man, opened a bottle of water from his vehicle's cooler and put it to the man's lips, and, finally, placed the bleeding young man on his leather seat. The businessman called the office to cancel his morning meetings on his way to the hospital, where he left his credit card for any charges the young man should incur, promising to return after the end of his work day.
Which of these was the…
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