Discussion in 'Higher Learning' started by DEAD7, Feb 28, 2021.
Who isn't affected by debt forgiveness on that large of a scale?
Credit card joe will die before he let's the interest go fukk the balance
Only people who think money magically pops into and out of existence.
You can pay off 10K in one year if you get a part-time job
That is literally what happens
Only an idiot would give some multi million dollar loan corporation 10k straight up
Be a serf brehs
I guess you believe toilet paper and paper towels do the same?
Money is actually printed. There is a system in place that handles the creation and destruction of money. If money works as some people have suggested, then inflation would never be a thing. Hell, debt wouldn't be a thing.
So I'll say it again. Debt forgiveness affects everyone. Why? Because you need to printing more money and increase the debt to cover said forgiveness. Inflation rises, Interest rises, Instability rises. So again, it's a matter of when it affects you.
So I have no problem with debt forgiveness, but don't be so silly as to pretend that it only affects a few people. It affects everyone, even if you don't have student debt. For (some of) the reasons above.
Pay taxes to kill little kids in Yemen and Syria:
Pay taxes to give bankers their nth bail out:
Pay taxes to give Israel their nth billion dollar transfer payment:
Pay taxes to write off student loans:
I’m well aware about currency, but when we dump trillions into corporations to bail them, what does that mean?
America is the world currency standard and we been “printing” money out for corporate interests in the trillions since 2008. This has been explained many times. Forgiving $1.7 trillion in student loan debt ain’t hurting anything, especially since it’s government loans.
Good luck with your student loans
milking that shyt and its been good for my credit
Go hard and payoff that white breh
I'm not a fan of how Rose Twitter is pretending they care about this when they shyt on it after Schumer first proposed it.