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Old 08-24-2022, 03:08 PM
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Why would the Biden Admin want to create two classes of college graduate beyond that of utility colleges and ivy league?
Dems require victim classes to win votes. I wonder what year it will be when we horshoe back around to every single individual being their own victim class?
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Old 08-24-2022, 03:11 PM
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Oh yup. Once it's out of the bag it can't be put back in. I didn't read the article, is it just infinite deferment or actually debt forgiveness (still deferment really)
Separate part, it got extended to January again. So they just keep doing that and everyone is busy yelling about the wrong thing.
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Old 08-24-2022, 03:17 PM
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What I want to see is more loan forgiveness for the poor schmucks that got suckered into those for-profit schools. They're carrying all kinds of debt and have nearly nothing to show for it with "degrees" that aren't worth a thing.
Pretty sure that's already been happening for awhile now. Friend of mine went to one, not sure how much he got back or if all of it was forgiven or what but I don't think that college exists anymore.

In regards to reducing student loan debt, dope. I have a lot of it, the suspension of needing to pay it let me purchase a home and contribute significantly more to my local economy. I'm out here helping keep people employed, investing in my community, making sure blue collar workers have something to do.

Get wrecked nerds.

Every dollar that gets wiped from my student loans goes directly into the economy. Sounds like a win/win, wrap it up boys.
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Old 08-24-2022, 03:18 PM
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Imagine you took out a student loan, worked hard, got an entry level job in the field you studied for and took on a second job to pay off that student loan.

You worked your ass off for years and paid the money back you owed. You fulfilled your obligation and responsibility. You feel a sense of accomplishment.

Then some senile dipshit (with a stroke of a pen) washes away the debt of total losers who made bad career choices and now you not only paid off your student loan debt, but now you're paying off theirs

This is criminal. Shame on anyone who supports this crap.
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Old 08-24-2022, 03:21 PM
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People seething over a good thing happening to a large group of the population and then calling themselves Christian
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Old 08-24-2022, 03:22 PM
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Pretty sure that's already been happening for awhile now. Friend of mine went to one, not sure how much he got back or if all of it was forgiven or what but I don't think that college exists anymore.

In regards to reducing student loan debt, dope. I have a lot of it, the suspension of needing to pay it let me purchase a home and contribute significantly more to my local economy. I'm out here helping keep people employed, investing in my community, making sure blue collar workers have something to do.

Get wrecked nerds.

Every dollar that gets wiped from my student loans goes directly into the economy. Sounds like a win/win, wrap it up boys.
You're just going into more debt

If you can't pay off your student loan obligations odds are you'll default on your home loan as well
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Old 08-24-2022, 03:29 PM
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You're just going into more debt

If you can't pay off your student loan obligations odds are you'll default on your home loan as well
Sounds like you're an idiot, no worries, I'll elaborate:

Suspending student loan payments let me acquire the down payment of my home several years earlier than I had anticipated with how I planned out my finances, not that I couldn't ever afford a home.

Now that I own a home, I've set aside the money I would've set aside for my loans to hire contractors and purchase other things from local stores to help my local economy.

I've been told that our payments would restart several times, so I set aside money for that too, except it kept getting extended, which let me then reinvest that money into the economy further.

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Old 08-24-2022, 03:31 PM
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Sounds like you're an idiot, no worries, I'll elaborate:

Suspending student loan payments let me acquire the down payment of my home several years earlier than I had anticipated with how I planned out my finances, not that I couldn't ever afford a home.

Now that I own a home, I've set aside the money I would've set aside for my loans to hire contractors and purchase other things from local stores to help my local economy.

I've been told that our payments would restart several times, so I set aside money for that too, except it kept getting extended, which let me then reinvest that money into the economy further.

Thanks for playing.
Kinda like our SSI money that gets re invested? They just keep deferring payments to us till a later age.
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Old 08-24-2022, 03:34 PM
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Sounds like you're an idiot, no worries, I'll elaborate:

Suspending student loan payments let me acquire the down payment of my home several years earlier than I had anticipated with how I planned out my finances, not that I couldn't ever afford a home.

Now that I own a home, I've set aside the money I would've set aside for my loans to hire contractors and purchase other things from local stores to help my local economy.

I've been told that our payments would restart several times, so I set aside money for that too, except it kept getting extended, which let me then reinvest that money into the economy further.

Thanks for playing.
You're just going into more debt and whatever money you "invest" into The Economy is being offset by taxpayers paying for your shirked responsibilities

Nobody is stopping you from paying off your student debt now instead of passing it off to responsible people who paid off theirs

You signed the loan agreement. Pay what you owe instead of making pathetic excuses.
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