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Dear Students, Here's A Plan To Solve Your Debt Problem Reader 06/01/2019 (Sat) 16:54:11 Id: 52fe9f [Preview] No. 14809
So, you’re a barista with a problem – you took out $200K student loans to get that master’s degree from Gumbo State in “LGBTQ2#v& Experiences as Reflected in 17th Century Bolivian Folk Songs” and now you can’t find an uncaffeinated career.

Worse, those fascist monsters who you took money from based on your agreement to pay it back with interest now expect you to pay the money back with interest despite the fact that you really don’t feel like it anymore.

Well, I have a fresh solution to this crisis. It’s an innovative strategy that totally and permanently resolves this problem in a new and exciting way.

How about you pay your own student debt?

See, a lot of Democrat politicians are promising “free college,” but what they really mean is “free for you.” Someone has to pay, and that someone is me, and I need to level with you.

I am not interested in paying for your college.

Now, some may call me “greedy” or “selfish” for not wishing to work and then have the money I earned taken from me to provide things to you that you want but did not pay for instead of being able to spend it – the “it” being the money I earned – on things that I want. I am okay with that. I would much prefer having people who fundamentally misunderstand the concepts of greed and selfishness call me “greedy” and “selfish” than subsidize their educations, educations that evidently did not include learning about basic concepts like greed and selfishness.

I certainly understand that academia is a scam and that the government allows lending to people who foolishly undertake debts that they cannot pay. I would stop it all – no government participation in the student loan industry and full bankruptcy dischargeability for student debts. Of course, this would mean many less people taking loans, and therefore fewer college students. No lose to society there. This means many colleges would actually start having to compete for students, and even – gasp – lower prices. Sounds good to me, though they would scream bloody murder – colleges have gotten fat off of loan money and many schools would go under without this pot of suckers’ cash. Oh well.

Sure, academia is a grift, but you did sign on the line that is dotted. You took the money. And I say that you pay it back instead of me.

Now, I have read many tales of woe from people who have taken out huge student loans and have not taken jobs that pay enough to support paying them off. Yes, this is a problem. But it is your problem.

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-05-31/schlichter-dear-students-heres-plan-solve-your-debt-problem
https://web.archive.org/web/20190601163813/https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-05-31/schlichter-dear-students-heres-plan-solve-your-debt-problem


Ckinalane 06/25/2019 (Tue) 16:33:22 Id: 803ea3 [Preview] No.14950 del
this is a really complicated issue, because it's really odd, when you should pay for your education and at the same time pay for tutors or online services helping you to survive in the huge pile of essays and papers like https://writemyessayonline.com/, but then you pay taxes too, and bigger, because, you're already a professional with a better salary than before education.


Reader 06/25/2019 (Tue) 17:51:06 Id: e4a9c3 [Preview] No.14951 del
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Fuck the original author of this article, Schlichter. His last name sounds like a woman fingering her fat, sloppy pussy. I hope he dies of AIDs, or one of the many crippling genetic diseases his kind are prone to. Not that he isn't right about not paying for student loan debt. The jew could stand to lose much of his precious shekels.


Reader 06/26/2019 (Wed) 17:34:16 Id: 224d85 [Preview] No.14962 del
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I'm kind of half-ass on this issue myself because, first of all, the government did nationalize the student loan debt and by doing so they protected predatory lending as corrupt universities kept raising the prices higher and higher.

How did the government protect them? They simply removed the bankruptcy clause from student loans!

What that means is that students cannot default on their student loan debt by filing for bankruptcy! By the government protecting the 'educational system', they actually made it 1000% more corrupt and insolvent! I mean, go figure, the government will pay $700 for a toilet seat lid and that's in their own budgets! Government doesn't know how to manage money because they never worked hard for the money we pay them in taxes.... so its a big mess around a decade later due to government intervention in a market place they know NOTHING about.....

But the real problem is students can't afford these loans.... and the banks are guilty of predatory loaning.... and the universities are guilty of racketeering and overpricing/cooking cost values (extortion). But the students are obligated to pay this debt back, so this created a generation of debt slaves.

What NEEDS to be done is removing governmental protections, undo nationalization of the student loans, and ALLOW debt defaults for those students via bankruptcy cause!! What will happen? Mass debt defaults. Corrupted greedy banks go BUST. Corrupted greedy universities go BUST. Students are forced to re-finance based upon what they can pay off, but maybe they lose their car and can't vacation for a while (oh boo hoo!).



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