Abuse by some worse than others

I’ve been the recent letters about people abusing disabled parking spaces.

In my experience, interestingly enough, the people who usually abuse those spaces are upper-income and completely able-bodied. I heard a report on TV that people at Disneyland have been complaining about some people bringing a disabled person with their family to get to the front of the line faster,

How long do you think people will remain in the upper-class income bracket when they think they can exploit circumstances that are supposed to help societies vulnerable and old?

As it is above, so it is below.

David Worth Goss

Everett

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