Screw Students? Yes, They Can!
In honor of Presidents’ Day, I thought I’d drop you and your buddies in Congress a line and tell you that if I had to give your job performance a grade, I’d give you a D-. The only reason you didn’t get a F is because you have a nice ass.
I didn’t vote for you because you had been a law professor. I didn’t think a former professor was capable of running a Burger King, let alone the country. Sadly, you have proven me right. If you read the comments of the post below this, you’ll get a sense of the frustration and disappointment with you and the rest of the Washington establishment. I do have a few questions for you and your buddies, but I won’t hold my breath waiting for answers.
How can you be such a hypocrite and tell people to go to school to better themselves, but make it harder for them by cutting Pell grants and trying to eliminate the in school interest subsidy for graduate students?
Can you please explain to me why usury is a C felony for ordinary Americans in New York, punishable for up to ten years in prison, but legal for banks? And why you allow usurious rates on student loans?
Why are student loans non-dischargeable in bankruptcy, but gambling and credit card debts are?
How is it possible that someone with so much education has no sympathy for those of us who tried to better our lives by getting advanced degrees?
Can you tell me why law schools are allowed to mislead students with false information, but others pushing products with false information get punished?
Come to think of it, maybe I gave you and your buddies a D- because my expectations were already so low, and not because you have a nice butt. Here’s a question for you and Congress to ask yourselves: Can they all really default?