Nor true overall. We are not speaking home schoolers.
Banks made loans that went bad
GM made decisions that went bad
Your numbers don't add up to your bullshit claims.Always proving your ignorance, stupidity, and utter laziness. NOT THAT YOU EVER READ THEM
Amazon Is Getting at Least $1.7 Billion to Come to Queens. Now Comes the Fight Over Whether It’s Worth It. (Published 2018)Amazon finally provided some details about its plan to open a hub in Long Island City, including tax subsidies and other benefits.www.nytimes.com
Amazon has committed to creating 25,000 full-time high-paying jobs over ten years, investing approximately $2.5 billion, and building 4 million square feet of office space at its new headquarters in Long Island City, with the possibility of expanding to 8 million square feet and 40,000 jobs. To...cbcny.org
New York was set to give Amazon more in tax breaks and credits than Virginia.www.marketwatch.com
Neither am I. I'm talking about someone who wants to be a teacher in a Florida public school.
A teaching certificate is required. A college degree is not.
And they went bad how? By people not paying them back?
Absolutely irrelevant to this conversation...
And not my problem.
It is absolutely relevant.
Learn to read, Simp
They should do things because it's the right thing to do not because it makes them look good
Nothing wrong? You mean, other than being unconstitutional?I would probably agree that many of the people getting the relief probably don't need it, which is my problem with the EO in its current form. But I see nothing 'wrong' with giving distressed borrowers a chance to reduce their burden. I'd settle for just letting them discharge it in bankruptcy, which they can't do with student loan debt.
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