"She got into her dream college but her dream college offered her no scholarships, just loans."
— The Hill (@thehill) June 24, 2019
Yeah, I want a yacht in Hawaii, who’s paying for that?
Not my responsibility to pay for your “dream college.” Your dream, your choice, your debt. Not mine or anyone else’s. It’s called personal responsibility. https://t.co/BcplCp3e6y
— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) June 24, 2019
I turned down two dream colleges for something more affordable. I ain’t paying for your dream college!! My gawd. https://t.co/oy9pHbwYAK
— Julie Gunlock (@JGunlock) June 24, 2019
I turned down a lot better colleges and went to state school specifically because the aid packages for the former were bad. If it costs $250K maybe it’s not a dream college? https://t.co/jqUgZNlKU7
— Mark Hemingway (@Heminator) June 24, 2019
AOC unintentionally explaining why Bernie's plan is so ridiculous.
It's not about getting a college education through sensible community colleges or state schools, but about the government paying for the hopes and dreams of everyone at the cost of others. https://t.co/1Pr6Ll0TBk
— Josh Jordan (@NumbersMuncher) June 25, 2019
1. There are approximately 9043850384503 things that I've dreamed of doing that I didn't do because I couldn't afford them.
2. Attending my dream college (after I was accepted) was one of them.
3. It was the best decision I have ever made. https://t.co/74jOSYFCl9
— Kat Timpf (@KatTimpf) June 25, 2019
When you say #cancelstudentdebt, you’re saying a minority of people who had the advantage of obtaining a degree should have their debt paid off by hardworking taxpayers, 2/3 of whom don’t have degrees themselves, or already paid their own student debt off.
This is immoral.
— Dan Crenshaw (@DanCrenshawTX) June 25, 2019