Question by R.Regnig: Does this statement of Romney’s make sense?
” Particularly with the number of college graduates that can’t find work and can only find work well below their skill level , I fully support the effort to extend the low interest rate on student loans ” Mr. Reg notes a problem . Someone has been sold a bill of goods . Pretend Mr. Reg quite responsibly gets a degree . Mr. Reg simply can’t afford the cost of a modern education . Well , of course only flipping hamburgers it’s nice Mr. Reg is not stung on high interest rates to boot . Nevertheless who buys it on what Mr. Regs skill level is actually good for anything ? Employers . Where is the problem ? Lets say Mr. Reg paid rapt attention in College and really learned the stuff . So we’ll say that Mr. Reg is no dummy but what did College really teach him ? How to be an egghead puppet plagiarizer instead of holding unique internal values; taking the risk and going at life for good or ill on it . So instead the governmental solution is to throw money at it , nevertheless you must pay for it in the bitter end .
Answer by Quynton
This looks like a rant.
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Question by Vivian: Name the head of a U.S. branch of government who made this statement?
“And I do not want, and I will not accept, a deal in which I am asked to do nothing, in fact, I’m able to keep hundreds of thousands of dollars in additional income that I don’t need, while a parent out there who is struggling to figure out how to send their kid to college suddenly finds that they’ve got a couple thousand dollars less in grants or student loans.”
So, any money we don’t “need” is automatically the Government’s to spend.
Answer by Moi
President Obama. And, your assumption is incorrect.
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