A college degree is a PRODUCT. It is not a RIGHT. Now if you want to do something to have the Govt pay for said product, there is a grrrrreeat option for you. Join the Military and the Govt will reward you with a paycheck while you work, AND pay for your college so you don't start your civilian career in a severe financial hole. Why do people "wish" hardship on others?? Because they probably know that the Govt doesn't have a money tree and anything the Govt "gives" to people who don't want to be responsible for their own lives, actually COMES from them, the taxpayer. IE people who are dealing with the "hardship" of working and having to hand way too much of their pay to the Govt so they can make stupid assed decisions with that money. Like paying off student loan debt that each student asked for fully knowing that since they did not have the money for college, they had to borrow it from a bank.not really the same thing but ok. Credit card debt is nothing like student loans. You dont need credit cards to make it in life. An education...yeah. Plus colleges charging for 4 to 8 years of "education" when what they taught you that is actually job relevant could have been taught in 6 months. the rest is BS to inflate a tuition so the college can brag about their 1 billion on reserves. And text books? My first semester of text books were 1100 dollars... total BS. Damn medical text books were almost 1/3rd of my loans.
I have paid my loans and I still think its bull s$%#. I dont wish it upon anyone just because "I had to do it" thats some selfish crap. people already cant make it and i see people living in damn ear poverty with master degrees cause of student loans. thats total BS.
I am an Ant and I do not believe in paying for the Grasshopper. It's a competitive world. The faster you learn that you will have to compete to succeed in it, the better. Staying in the sandbox and crying because your toy isn't as nice as the other child's toy isn't going to get you very far, and the sooner you step out of the sandbox, the better. I agree the post-HS education system is a rip off.