Hasta Ba Rista, Baby!
- Jun 9, 2011
Yeah -- it would be morally reprehensible, if it didn't cost us anything, and I mean, a penny at all -- and we were well suited to take on 240,000 people a month. Problem is, it does cost us a TON of $$$$$, it stretches thin community resources for the State of California, New York, and Texas, and it's a additional burden on the actual tax payers, like you, and me.Perhaps I should have quoted, but the fact that you outright say you lack sympathy for others, in my opinion, is morally reprehensible.
Glad to hear you are a expert on firearms. Maybe you should draft the "miracle" legislation.If you cannot defend yourself with a pistol, shotgun, and/or bolt-action rifle, you probably should not own any guns at all. There is no need for shit like AR-15s.
Lol if you think owning AR-15s will save your sorry out of shape ass from the drones.
Since 2009, under the Obama Administration, the vast majority of student loans for Undergraduate Degrees have been insured, issued, and funded by the Federal Government. Supposedly, under the Guise that the Federal Government could do a better job in a lending operation and reduce costs considerably. Instead "underwriting" was basically eliminated altogether, and insane droves of loans have been passed out to people who simply have no ability to repay their loans, for degrees that a large number of academics would even jokingly laugh are almost worthless.Of course, now Cruella DeVos has decided that her relatives need more of that sweet student loan interest so they have denied 99% of the people who are in the program.
So it doesn't matter if a Republican set it up, the program has to go.
I see the sarcasm font, but no, fuck off.Glad to hear you are a expert on firearms. Maybe you should draft the "miracle" legislation.
The company is a "default servicer" that handles accounts that are severely delinquent and fall into the 180-Day Bucket or worse. Yes, they do receive a fee on accounts they are servicing (more like, sending nasty letters & phone calls) --- but accounts that becomeThe company that get paid to collect the loans is connected to the Devos Family
Biggest problem is we now have over a Trillion Dollars in mostly sub-par and questionable quality debt or paper, that we can't afford to forgive, and desperately need to create some sort of value on. Once you dig a hole as deep as ours, it's really hard to plug it.There are many countries that pay the college or skills training costs for their people because they know it will make their country a better to be.
It would be easy for the US to do this.
Bernie's plan would work and wouldn't leave another generation in debt.
We managed to do this for the GIs after WW II, we can do it now.l
Oh I see, the answer is - disarm everybody, right? right?Outside of upheaval of the current framework of this country, there is no such thing as legislation to make gun ownership how I feel it should be.
If you were the expert you claim - you would also realize that 1 in 5 guns sold today is the AR-15, and it's one of the most popular selling guns in the country. You would also know - that because, it's one of the most common guns in home cabinets, that it also -- just so happens -- to be oh, so, common in "shootings".I was once an expert on firearms and used them on people who did not deserve it. I have realized I will never atone for my role in American imperialism because of these actions.
Thing is -- no one is forcing you, or saying you have to buy one. It's your choice.I personally do not own and never will own firearms because I do not trust my mental health to properly own them.
my grandma grew up in Anaheim and bought a gazillion acres there in the 50s back when it was being given away for nickels. Her and my grandpa sat on it until the 90s and flipped it for a few hundred gazillion nickels. Now that's how we get this fuckin dough...too bad these days Gruesome Newsom is taxing a big chunk of it to pay for his immunotherapy treatments(housing market stuff)