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I loathe the idea, myth really, that college graduates have Egyptian Norse Hindu Mayan Inca Navajo Hebrew Nasa shirt sooo hard. College is expensive but statistically speaking it’s a good decision and incredibly beneficial. By some numbers I looked at, those with a bachelor’s make close to 25000 more than just a highschool diploma. There’s a cynical part of me that can’t help but wonder if this isn’t just mildly well of liberals voting to give themselves more money. Im the type of liberal that believes in a progressive tax system, strong welfare, loathes sales tax, and is most interested in policies that help the poor and underprivileged. I worked with high school students in an economically depressed area in eastern Pa and cost of college was one of the main factors that kept them out of school. Canceling debt for old well off people like me isn’t going to help them. I worry that a lot of the “progressive” policies that people are pushing for aren’t actually addressing the regressive systems we have in this country and in many cases seem to be exasperating them.