Obama Warned Us – Higher Education

Posted on August 19, 2014 2:00 pm

In the weekly address, President Obama discusses the importance of affordable higher education: http://ofa.bo/i0dF #CollegeOpportunity

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“College is where you learn that the government has a monopoly on the student loan industry, so please borrow generously.”

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6 Responses to “Obama Warned Us – Higher Education”

  1. c64wood says:

    Affordable meaning “other people’s money”

  2. walruskkkch says:

    How much money can it take to teach kids to be liberal idiots?

  3. ConnecticutCompromise says:

    @2: ALOT!!! –In student loans, which they will default on due to unemployment, so we will have the cost handed to us one way or another….And usually for no less than 8 years at college before they return home to live with parents for another 10 years or so while crying about injustice and how society needs to take care of everyone.

  4. walruskkkch says:

    Still say you can do that more inexpensively, in fact they do, and the admins and professors all go laughing to the bank with the difference!

  5. Keith Arnold says:

    ‘Cause you know, affordable higher edumacation worked out so well for the Boy King Narcissus I – “affordable” being “on someone else’s dime.” I’ll bet he never even bought his own weed – probably bummed off everyone else’s stash. I’m guessing that’s what he meant by “higher” edumacation. No one at Occidental remembers him, probably because he was toking back in the dorms or something.

    Say, Mister Obamalama, sir, as long as you’ve brought up college, what kind of grades did you pull down while you were in?

  6. NO_MO_BAMA says:

    Affordable meaning “other people’s money” the less qualified you are, the more other people’s money you get.

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