Below are a few remarks from each side of the debate.
Yes, having a home is a right.
A home is shelter, which is a need like food, water, and air.
If we gave homeless people a house, it would now be their choice of how they take care of it, and we would still get a good feeling of helping someone.
Although some people have mental illness and may not take care of it, many people are to be trusted.
They may be helpless, and if we can help, why not?
It is the right thing to do.
No, having a home is not a right.
People should have to work for things.
Sometimes people don't take care of things if they are given things.
Some people choose to live that way, and it would just go to waste.
Where would they put a tiny house?
Sometimes people are lazy and want things given to them.
We all admitted we don't have all the answers to that question, but shouldn't we try something?