I thought I would debunk Elizabeth Warren as a legitimate presidential candidate, but what’s the point when she does it so well herself!
Latest case in point is her “plan” (read “bribe to voters”) to cancel virtually all student load debt and provide “universal free college.” Call it Socialism 101: Get ’em young and you’ve got ’em forever.
Warren doesn’t consider how the government takeover of the student loan industry led to huge increase in college costs over the last decade and more. She doesn’t consider the cost of falsely inflating the value of a college education to entice students to spend anywhere from $100,000 to $1 million for a piece of paper. She certainly doesn’t consider the initial trillion-dollar cost of her plan, nor how she is just cost-shifting the expense from those who would “benefit” from it to those who are merely convenient tax-paying victims.
Like I say, I thought I would debunk this nonsense, but I discovered I didn’t need to when I visited her Twitter account and read the responses there.
Here was her tweet:
“I’m calling for universal free college and the cancellation of student loan debt for more than 95% of Americans. This is the kind of big, structural change we need to make sure our kids have opportunity in this country.”
And here was what Americans had to say back to her. (These were just the first four pages of responses, but there were 10,000 more just like this! I love good old USA common sense!):
These intelligent, sarcastic, uncompromising responses to the Harvard Indian’s proposal say it all. It’s time for Ms. Warren to wake up and buy her ticket to Venezuela. They have her failed economy there, and desperately want to return it to her!
HeartlandDiaryUSA.com hosts the commentary of Frank Miele, former editor of the Daily Inter Lake in Kalispell, Montana. Your support for this blog is appreciated. Please consider purchasing one of my books at Amazon. My new book is “The Media Matrix: What If Everything You Know Is Fake?” — a look at Fake News from the perspective of a small-town newspaper editor. In addition, my “Why We Needed Trump” trilogy documents the downward spiral of the USA that made Trump’s presidency so important. The books are available at Amazon in paperback or Kindle editions. Go here for a free sample of “The Media Matrix”: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/sitb/B07PDQBJM4