Show us the part of the Constitution that says taxpayers need to pay for the education of Doctors etc......You already agreed that an investment into educating doctors, engineers, teachers is a good thing. Some you want to pay for and others you do not.
Amazon is free to invest all the money they want into their headquarters.
Great logic. We have so much debt no amount we spend will make a difference, so SPEND BABY! SPEND!So you’re against forgiving loans because you think it MIGHT raise your taxes?
With a 30 trillion dollar debt, an additional 40 billion isn’t even a bump in the road and you know it.
This is political to you as well. It’s not political for tens of millions of middle class folks. It’s a “food on the table” issue
BINGO!The Constitution doesn't support much of our spending. How do you think we got to 30 trillion in debt and growing? Had we only adhered to Madison's words, we would have no debt.
Local decision, Simp. As others stated earlier, local official do a cost benefit analysis on these things.If Amazon wants a new headquarters they should pony up every penny for it.
We have already covered this. Society benefits from doctors, engineers, teachers, etc also.
The demand for college is manufactured by the everyone has to go to college mindset and the guaranteed student loan programs. Before all this only the best students went to college and the course work was rigorous and demanding. But when it was realized that universities could get a bunch of people with guaranteed loans they started adding the dumbed down shit and jacking up tuition pricesWhy would we be without food? There was no demand for food? It dried up?
Bullshit.And never finish and end up with big debt. Wonderful solution
The wrongs always seem to go against the middle class don't they.
Local decision, Simp. As others stated earlier, local official do a cost benefit analysis on these things.
There is no benefit for paying the loans of some hipster dufus who got a degree in gender studies and can't find a job.
In many states, you don't need a college degree to become a teacher.
But that's neither here nor there.
These people took loans and agreed to pay them back. Why shouldn't they be required to stand by their word, and why should I have to pay those loans back for them?
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