What are your thoughts on the homeless problem? It's definitely a problem but it's one that has always been there. It seems to be mainly about mental illness and drug addiction. It's a problem in the U.S. but the U.S. has less per capita than some industrialized European countries so it's not just because the U.S. tends to have less safety nets. We used to have "mental hospitals" and people didn't like those but now the "solution" seems to be to do nothing other than let people put up tents in public parks, under bridges and in downtown areas. After you work out the constitutional issues you could round everyone up and dedicate a large parcel of land just outside of the cities and let them become "tent cities". It's certainly not ideal but it's better than having needles, theft and other issues in people's neighborhoods. Better than the tent city on the edge of town, it seems to me, could be to bring back the old concept of the "mental hospital". What are your thoughts? I don't believe this is mainly about people not being able to afford shelter.