- Nov 8, 2014
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What if they go to school for 3 years, incur 20 grand in student debt and drop out? They have no degree, no job and no way to pay for it. Do they get a free ride too?Not everybody needs help paying off loans so maybe not everybody should get it.They can go to a trade school if they want. A lot of those you can get scholarships for. I don't consider dumping the cost of someone else's higher education on taxpayers as "progress." I call that "socialism."Your solution is to never make progress because it will be unfair to those that came before? Do you really think people should have to kill themselves working two jobs just to pay for an education in the greatest country on Earth?So you just tell the kids that work 2 jobs busting their knuckles to the bone to pay off their loans like responsible adults that life isn't fair? That's your answer?
So the kids who paid off their loans are fucked out of their money and those that don't get a free ride? And "life isn't fair" is a good enough explanation of this?
And with those hefty student loans come hefty degrees that are worth alot and thus they'll make a lot and can pay it off themselves. Why put this on taxpayers? Do you really think a nurse with a nursing degree and 40 grand of student debt needs help paying off that loan when they will start out making 60 grand a year as an RN?