Hiding and denying the facts no longer works
Mr. Biden’s attack on contracts, money and student loans is 100% usurpation
Mass media may call it “forgiveness” of college debt, but we the people know what it really is: Biden’s Robbery. Usurpation. Students who get their legitimately obtained debts reduced by unchallenged edict will cheer—which of course is the plan. But people and firms screwed out of their money are outraged, as they should be. Acting in good faith no longer provides protection, if Biden and his cohorts get away with it. The vile actions are already heading to the courts.
A contract in America is held sacrosanct, inviolate, which is part of why this great country is such a magnet for the peoples of the world. Unlike communist nations and other dictatorships, where contracts mean nothing and complaining gets you the gulag, here, your word is your bond. Mr. Biden just violated that—without even a whisper of properly delegated authority. He just stole the money people put up to help finance college for privileged and unprivileged people. You don’t think you put up any money? A lot of it is taxation, which you paid for services, now squandered.
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If you had any doubts about the legitimacy of gun bans, or the legality of the gun-management schemes currently run by government, that doubt must evaporate. Guns are dangerous, they’re supposed to be dangerous, so there is at least a thin fear-based disguise of acting properly during blatant infringements. But issuing a decree to deny repayment of loans made in good faith, this is usurped power and tyranny with no disguise. Harbor no doubts that an administration willing to take such a drastic step—to convince know-nothings in college to re-elect such tyrants—will stop at nothing to disarm you and leave you subservient to a proven despot. It proves controls are gone.
You may hate guns, wish them banned, now with debt cancellation tyrannical injustice is evident.
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Vocalist…no one lied to you. Did you do well in school? Look for a degree with a possible job that you could make a living at? You made the loan..you own the loan. I guess you want taxpayers to pay your auto loan too?? What does it matter how we paid for our schooling? The amount we borrowed was a lot of money at the time. Wages were nowhere near as high as they are now. I bought a car and had to pay for it with a salary under 6000 dollars to start(72 hour week) with a wife and a kid. We lived paycheck to paycheck! But we both worked and kept it together. Bought a fixer upper house too. on that same salary…How?? I did almost any job to pay my bills. And your whining about buying a car for 3 grand? That was more money than we had. I drove 100-500 dollar junkers. The main difference is we worked to pay our debts. Plenty of jobs out there…look for one(or 2) and go forward. Stop your whining!
I suggest you look at history. It wasn’t all of your elders who lied to you. Do you have two eyes? You could’ve researched things for yourself. And, there are currently 11 million US job openings. Seems to me, if you’re not earning the money you would like, get a different job. As much as anything, Gen X and Millenials are caught in a cycle of “creative destruction.” Our economy is rapidly failing and you are in the midst of it. I do feel for young folks who just can’t get ahead. But China Joe’s rogue behavior has led to the inflation we are now experiencing and this BS bailout will be more gasoline on the fire.
I went to college and I don’t see the connection between loan forgiveness and gun bans? Maybe I’m too young, because all the people I hear getting upset by this paid for college with a summer job, bought their first car for $3k and their first house for $10k. Those same people lied to an entire generation, saying we had to go to college to get good jobs and have a real future. What a crock, tricking teenagers into massive debt for mostly worthless degrees in a job market not even close to big enough for everyone. I was never told trade school was even an option, so like many of my generation I did what I was told. So much for the wisdom of our elders. Now I’ve been paying off my loans and trying to make my way in a world that was already more than halfway ruined by generations of greed and corruption. I pay taxes, but unlike many of you I won’t ever see a dime of social security. Heck, when the great reckoning comes due for this spoiled world I’ll still be a wage slave and most of you will probably, hopefully, already be dead. So keep up the outrage, I hear high blood pressure promotes longevity. How long, oh Lord, will we be stuck paying for the sins of our fathers and grandfathers?!