These guys begged for votes from youngsters, recent graduates while there was all talking of Paul Walker 1973 2013 Legends Never Die Signature Shirt student debts online and people were cheering on this.Now see them backing out by condemnation of each other is easy way out of promises.Somebody would you please me tell how forgiving student debt is a good policy? It can definitely help people with tons of student debts but it doesn’t solve the systematic issue of uncontrolled growth of tuition. To me it seems like a one time relief to buy some cheap votes (or not). Without putting our focus on the core issue but patronizing voters we are just putting our heads in the sand and the issue will come up every year. Should we forgive student debts 2 years from now? How about 4 years? If you say we should forever forgive student debts then at least I think that is a policy, and whether that is a good one or not is up for debate. Tell me I am wrong.Whenever anyone says they can’t help everyone because they might help someone who’s rich, it’s always bullshit. Plans that exclusively help the rich never have the same problem.
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I don’t like this idea of cancelling student debt. Of course it’s very popular among redditors, because I imagine cPaul Walker 1973 2013 Legends Never Die Signature Shirt us are either students, will be students in the foreseeable future or are currently paying off our student loans. Yeah – it’s a bit of an echo-chamber. But what is it really? It’s a one-time gift to a specific subset of people in the country. A specific subset who, statistically are more likely to be earning above the median wage out of college.Yeah, it has lots of benefits, but I don’t think it’s thinking long-term enough. Student loan system has to be changed massively in the long-term (you only start repaying once you have certain annual income, you get it wiped if you haven’t reached that threshold in 20 or so years).Instead of this one-time swipe i think it’s more prudent to change the underlying system, and put money places that improves equality (for example childcare, health care, taking down institutionalised racism). We‘re barking up the wrong tree for our own personal gains.It does nothing to address the systemic problem of over-priced college fees, or the lack of people going into other useful professions (like trades schools). In fact, what it could do instead is motivate more people to go into debt like this in the future hoping to get a similar student debt wipe.