2018 Dec 14, 4:15am
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Good.Debt is slavery and this kind of debt shouldn’t exist. Americans can’t be productive consumers with “the price of admission to the workforce” hanging over their heads the rest of their lives.
I say fuck the irresponsible borrowers up the ass with a "Hey You" inspired "Michele-O-Max" strap-on.
The government needs to protect stupid people from themselves
But none would exist without the enablers and their easy loans.
From what you are saying, giving the loans to the financial illiterate is like giving a person who has never ridden a motorcycle a crotch rocket and sending them on their way
Curtail the easy loans and the H1B type programs
HeadSet saysCurtail the easy loans and the H1B type programsIn my field outsourcing is much, much more worse than H1's
If I may ask, what field is that
law school grads suing their schools as they graduated without decent jobs.
D6rB, can you recommend some good online Chem Courses?
Recall law school grads suing their schools as they graduated without decent jobs.
Debt is slavery and this kind of debt shouldn’t exist. Americans can’t be productive consumers with “the price of admission to the workforce” hanging over their heads the rest of their lives.Our government spends money on much sillier things.
Debt is slavery and this kind of debt shouldn’t exist.
I think high school students qualify as “stupid people” considering we give them zero courses in economics or personal finance before encouraging them to dive deeply into debt to someday (hopefully) obtain their dream job.
We shouldn’t allow corporations and institutions to take advantage of the naivety of youth to enslave the next generation and each successive one.
Except they signed up for it voluntarily. Can't claim it is slavery in this case.
We don't. That's why there's this thing called "their parents". You do know many parents sign on to Parent Plus loans for their kids.
No loans greater than $3000/semester for college of any sort. No loans if you’re not in a degree program with a realistic chance of employment, or at least are taking at least 50% science, business, or technology classes.