A federal judge in the great state of Texas struck down President Biden’s loan forgiveness Program, declaring it unlawful. What is lawless, however, is the Judge’s decision. Corporate anarchy exists for the banks, while the rest of us must tow this very heavy line.
The banks get bailed out; insurance companies get bailed out but not the people. The notion of free market or market-driven economy is misplaced especially when corporate America is getting all the tax cuts at our expense. This one-way street must end, or we will be out of luck.
A semblance of balance is all we need. Nearly all laws since Reagan have been slanted toward the benefit of these monopolies called corporate America. I do not mind anybody getting thrown a bone, but they have them all and always have.
There is a large group of college-age people who aren’t going to college because of the high tuition cost and our overinflated student loan epidemic. President Biden tried to do a smart and honest thing for our society, but he was blocked by another big business schill.
Do we want to end up with an uneducated society under this unconscionable economic game being played by the oligarchs? Our society is under attack by insidious actors, whose principal aim is self-enrichment. Many of these people go to church, while devoid of any empathy or goodwill for their fellow man. In what way are the current conservative actions Godly or in any way moral?
The said actions represent a bigger picture which I term the Universal Hypocrite Club (UHC). The UHC rules our airwaves and most communities in the United States and any dissident is labeled a communist if not a socialist. The cards in the deck have been stacked against us, corporate America is pointing its vengeful ugly finger at us like a barrel of a gun.
The Federalist Society and its corrupt judges sink their teeth into our legs so that we have no place to run. The tail is wagging the dog and its menacing appetite is driven by bloody greed. Can we let these shrouded private institutions control this oligarchy we call The United States? Or should we press on to regain the democracy we once held? You be the Judge!
Andrew U. D. Straw says
President Biden did not go far enough.
He could have said that he would forgive all student loans and each year do the same for all new student loans. That would change things.
Offering a smaller, limited forgiveness blocked by a conservative judge who has no business second-guessing the executive branch is not reform. It is a tease for the next election.
Jack Jones says
Sometimes there’s three sides to the story. Thanx, for another view to the situation, and a more effective means of solving the problem.
Carolyn Jones says
I agree . Student loans should be forgiven for our college students
Carolyn Jones says
I agree . Student loans should be forgiven for our college students.