Dem Senator Wants To Punish Student Loan Borrowers Who Choose Private Sector

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  • Dem Senator Wants To Punish Student Loan Borrowers Who Choose Private Sector

    Great!, how'd you like the privilege of paying for the schooling of your government masters!

    Anyone doubt what the modern democrat party has in mind for this country? The Ruling Class Elites and their obedient minions, and the peons going without, so there Masters don't...

    http://dailycaller.com/2014/09/27/de...rivate-sector/
    INSIDE EVERY LIBERAL & RINO® IS A TOTALITARIAN SCREAMING TO GET OUT

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    Let them eat cake!
    Dave
    US Air Force (retired)

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    • #3
      College loans would basically become a slush fund to buy votes for the left. Union government workers with big pensions, benefits, early retirement, and they would of course know who butters their bread.
      INSIDE EVERY LIBERAL & RINO® IS A TOTALITARIAN SCREAMING TO GET OUT

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      • #4
        This is terrific idea. It is often very hard to recruit the best and brightest young talent into non-profit or public sector jobs because these jobs don't pay as well as their private sector counterparts. This bill would help to incentivize and reward public service - you know, helping others...

        Why anyone would be against that is mind numbing...

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        • #5
          Originally posted by WAWingGuy View Post
          This is terrific idea. It is often very hard to recruit the best and brightest young talent into non-profit or public sector jobs because these jobs don't pay as well as their private sector counterparts. This bill would help to incentivize and reward public service - you know, helping others...

          Why anyone would be against that is mind numbing...
          Of course it's mind numbing...





          INSIDE EVERY LIBERAL & RINO® IS A TOTALITARIAN SCREAMING TO GET OUT

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          • #6
            You notice that it said "current", right? They already have a federal loan forgiveness plan. I'm a contractor, so I work for a private company, and as contractor's we're not eligible. Yet we work side by side with the fed employees. I haven't figured out why they are in "public service" and we are not.

            That's not a complaint, just an observation. I really love my job, and feel I'm properly compensated.

            I just think we go a bit far with government employees sometimes.

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            • alphadog
              alphadog commented
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              Yes I noticed we already have the federal loan forgiveness plan, although I didn't know we had such a program before I read the article. I was outraged that we even have such a program, and now this Senator wants to be even more generous? The motive behind this program sure isn't as pure as doing something that is good for the country.

          • #7
            The federal government has no Constitutional authority over education or to be in the business of making loans. Want to bring down the cost of a college education? Rein in the Feds.

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            • #8
              Originally posted by Jack View Post
              The federal government has no Constitutional authority over education or to be in the business of making loans. Want to bring down the cost of a college education? Rein in the Feds.
              Then gov can't be everything to everyone. Liberals find their justification in the Preamble of the U.S. Constitution,..."promote the general welfare..". even it mean screwing everyone to do it.

              An observation. Democrats love majority rule, however when Republicans are in office/control of the two Branches of gov Democrats want minority rule. Compromise to a Democrat is not giving up ground on an issue while making Republicans give up ground on an issue.
              "I ask, sir, what is the militia? It is the whole people, except for few public officials." (George Mason, 3 Elliot, Debates at 425-426)

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