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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) responded to President Biden’s comments on student loan forgiveness late Tuesday, saying the case against it “is looking shakier by the day.”

“I do think in this moment of economic pain and strain that we should be eliminating interest on the debts that are accumulated, No. 1. And No. 2, I’m prepared to write off the $10,000 debt, but not [$50,000],” Biden said during the CNN town hall in Wisconsin.

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Pressed by a questioner in the audience if he would see to cancelation of $50,000 in student loan debt per borrower, Biden said: “I will not make that happen.”

“The case against student loan forgiveness is looking shakier by the day. We’ve got the *Senate Majority Leader* on board to forgive $50k. Biden’s holding back, but many of the arguments against it just don’t hold water on close inspection. We can and should do it. Keep pushing!” AOC tweeted.

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  1. Students should learn not to get into debt that they can’t pay off. Whether it’s student loans, buying cars, homes or any big loan. And, maybe education shouldn’t be so expensive.

  2. How about student loan forgiveness only for those working on the front lines during this pandemic? Like medical professionals who have went through literal hell and continue to.

  3. And is the dipshit going to give 50000 or whatever they borrowed up to 50000 adjusted for inflation for people who paid loans in past


  5. Still no mention of the tipped employees that have been working for over a year now at 1/2 their tipped salary. They have taken a reduction in salary for a year already and no one cares about them. And she as a bartender should understand that.

  6. She wants wants wants wants! Talk about privileged!! And, SHE will benefit…disgusting!!! She needs to spend more time getting educated on the ramifications of these types of asks, instead of mouthing off on Twitter so much

  7. Of course the DNC was lying about this the whole time. This is the manner in which the DNC/GOV intends to keep the populace indebted and dependent for life.
    The other lie is BLM.

  8. The student loan laws probably need reform, but not this. Why should less wealthy taxpayers underwrite the expense of the wealthier among us who borrowed money to receive an advanced education? The Dems complain all the time about tax cuts for the rich, ignoring the fact that the rich, as a whole, pay more taxes. But student loan forgiveness intrinsically benefits the wealthy disproportionately, not the poor.

  9. AOC: If you personally want to foot the bill for the student loan debts, that’s great.

    However, We Taxpayers don’t want to pay off others’ student loans, which they (or parents / guardian) took out, and for which they assigned a promissory note to repay.

    It’s not a difficult concept: apply for and be approved for a loan; get the funds; spend the funds (allegedly for school, supplies, and room & board.)

    When you’ve graduated, and the loan payments need to begin, cut the check and begin the repayment process.

    Thousands of us have gone through this process, and we BUDGETED our salary, with the loan payment having a priority higher than going shopping, out to eat and drink, and other forms of entertainment.

    Yes, you’ll have to forego some fancy vacations, and not go nuts buying “things”, but everyone can do it. I did, and kept my word to repay the loan.

    I think some people are borrowing too much and jonsing while they’re in school, and don’t bother to live frugally. I made a simple budget before each semester, noting tuition fees, estimated textbooks, basic living expenses, and I added a small cushion. My budget included an estimate of how much I’d earn, too. I borrowed the smallest amount I could, to meet my needs.

    If someone borrows money, that person owes the money, not anyone else.

    I 100% disagree with canceling any student loan funds. It’s inappropriate, and it teaches irresponsibility, instead of responsibility. Each student should pay back his or her loans. Period.

  10. Good! I hope this lamebrained idea crashes and burns! I had to take student loans when I was in college and I paid them ALL off myself through hard work! Why do snowflakes need help paying off theirs??? I can understand giving them longer to pay them off due to Covid, but this is ridiculous!


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