Would you rather spend another $10T bailing out Wall Street, or $7T on wars in the Middle East, or $1.6T on student loan debt forgiveness?
- martinLv 76 months agoFavorite Answer
Although wiping out student debt would be beneficial, the price of wiping out 100% of it is appalling, so why not wipe out say 40%?
- 6 months ago
wall street serves a purpose unlike your underwater lesbian basket weaving degree.
pay for your own schooling like the rest of us did.
- 6 months ago
Any economist would say that the student debt bailout would be terrible for our country’s national debt, that in turn would accomplish nothing for college students. Wall Street is a bunch of cronies! So while I do not want a war I’d say spend trillions on national security!
- ReneeGadeLv 66 months ago
Some on debt forgiveness, and the rest on teacher pay increases with a block grant for states.
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- oklatomLv 76 months ago
None of your suggestions really. I'd like to see what the American people put in the social security system which was stolen by the Congress returned. I'd like to see veterans taken care of. I'd like to see homeless children that are residents cared for. I can go one, but I think you get my point.
- LINDA RLv 76 months ago
Absolutely none of the above...that is why I VOTED FOR TRUMP!!!
- BlackAdderLv 66 months ago
No on Wall Street. I'm mixed on the Middle East. Ignoring our enemies can result is a much higher cost. And I'm no on Student Loan forgiveness. You sign contract, you take the money, you pay it back. Anything else is the very definition of theft.
- electricpoleLv 76 months ago
The first two.
I never borrowed anything I wasn't ready to pay back with interest. I make good financial decisions. Because, I would never think to demand anyone bail me out.
- No BozosLv 76 months ago
First of all, your numbers are WAY off. We didn't spend that much on the "bail outs" (the banks were owed that money by the government) and the budget for the middle east hasn't reached $1 trillion yet.
So, no, I don't want to spend $1.6 trillion to bail out a bunch of spoiled middle-class children to take "Women's Studies". The banks were OWED that money, and the military protects my Constitutional rights. College student don't do anything for me.
- Full Circle 33Lv 76 months ago
A & B to heck with C one could always go to trade school
- MichaelLv 76 months ago
None of the above.