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So a poll by The Economist/YouGov shows that half of Americans believe Brandon’s move to student loan forgiveness is unfair to those that didn’t attend college. Really? Unfair? That’s your problem with it?
Let’s get into it for a minute.
In other headlines we see people complaining that it’s not fair to those that already paid off their student loans.
Waaahhh, You Crybabies. Grow Up.
There are good reasons to not like the idea of paying off student loans, and not being fair is not one of them.
How About Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness Is Dangerous? Irresponsible? Illegal?
It’s not fair to the entire Country as we face the economical disaster that the Biden regime has caused. This is one more arrow into the heart of America’s role as the economic superpower of the world.
It’s not fair?
Since when has ANYTHING EVER been fair?
That’s a stupid argument.
That’s like when I was a kid at the ice cream stand (This never happened and I’m not having a Biden moment) and Sissy got sprinkles and hot fudge on her sundae and I only got hot fudge. Where are my sprinkles? That’s not fair daddy, I wanted sprinkles and now it’s too late.
Grow up, Sally. You can’t have sprinkles on your ice cream because you don’t deserve it.
If We’re Going To Hate Student Loan Forgiveness, Hate It For A Reason – Not A Feeling
Yes, student loan forgiveness is unfair. It’s unfair to everyone that has to pay for someone else’s debt. Taxes are unfair. Who exactly do you think is flipping the bill for this country? Nothing in life is fair.
Please stop with the childish boohoo crybaby arguments, you’re not helping. Try to think like a grownup for the first time and calmly use logic and reason to state your case.
That’s Right, I Said It.
Five donkeys, not three. I repeat, five donkeys, not three.
Brian D. Hawkins is a late-blooming thought leader in his mind. So please don't disturb his happy thoughts. It's all he has.
Brian D. Hawkins has been a blogger for over twenty years, having written thousands of public articles on dozens of websites. He currently blogs for NextStepSurvival.com and his personal blog at TheOpinionBlog.com.