We honestly don’t think there’s been a more cringe-inducing presidential campaign than Eric Swalwell’s, and Kirstin Gillibrand’s running. Elizabeth Warren’s “gonna get me a beer” video kicked off a spate of horrible home videos masquerading a voter outreach, but Swalwell really topped them all with a video of him changing a diaper, as if that were proof of his feminist credentials.
Now he’s back reminding us all that he’s still paying off his student loans — which doesn’t exactly compel us to hand over the U.S. economy to him.
Too many of us, myself included, are still paying off our #studentloans.
Here's my plan to get rid of student loan debt ? If you work for college, college should work for you.
— Eric Swalwell (@ericswalwell) June 4, 2019
He’s just like you … except you worked your way to college and paid off any loans you signed.
LMAO! A ,little self-serving, no?
Let's see, thirteen years after college, six figure salary, additional income from working spouse and you still have not made even a dent in your student loan debt.
Definitely presidential material. https://t.co/FDVibR3Ozi
— BayAreaFrau (@bayareahausfrau) June 4, 2019
So basically, he wants to figure out a way not to pay back the money he borrowed & gave his word – he promised – he'd pay back. What a POS. @ericswalwell is DEFINITELY not presidential material.
— Vern Demerest (@TxAv8r) June 5, 2019
Yo Captain Zero, you should have stayed single and not fathered a child until you paid your student loans.
Left-Wing: Card carrying members of the cult of zero personal responsibility.
— ƬЄƛƓƛƝ ƦЄƖԼԼƳ ? (@velvethammer) June 4, 2019
In your case it was wasted money but that's not my problem. It's yours. Pay your bill.
— noseeum (@42889na) June 4, 2019
Um…. didn’t you understand the contract before you agreed to it?
— Rusty (@RustyShaw10) June 4, 2019
The system desperately needs reform, not bailouts for deadbeat jerks who took the education, agreed to the price & terms, & then expect someone else to pay their bills. What a pathetic loser you are!
— Boris_Badenoff (@Boris_Badenoff) June 4, 2019
How abt we teach our kids to approach college tuition responsibly! Understand how much you'll earn in your career & what would be a responsible amount of debt. Even better approach college with a plan to not accumulate any debt at all.
The "experience" has become too expensive!
— Frontier Brian (@FrontierBrian) June 4, 2019
Less than 1% agree apparently.
— DIZZINATOR #ALLCAPS (@StanleyCupYall) June 4, 2019
Money is a real thing. Get used to it.?
— Ralph Temple (@BluDino) June 4, 2019
Get your money back.
— TexasDamnit (@TexasDamnit) June 4, 2019
Another great ratio in the making.
— Johnny Blade™ ??????☄️♠️♥️♣️♦️ (@BenjaminBreeg__) June 4, 2019
I’ve got other debt that I willingly signed up for. Will you magically make that go away too?
— Farmer B (@MN_Farmer) June 4, 2019
“Make somebody else pay my bills.”
— Will Collier (@willcollier) June 5, 2019
On the bright side you’ve paid down your polling numbers to 0.
— Timotay (@TimHansenisu) June 4, 2019
No thanks . Not today, not ever.
— Barbs (@peace1963) June 4, 2019
1) signing up for a large future liability is a choice.
2) universities and secondary education institutions are making a killing
3) Find ways to reduce the burden by working it off via military or some other sort of other service to your Country or community.
— Edward Gwiazdon (@_gwiazdon) June 5, 2019
As a guy who didn’t go to collage can I just get a check for what it would have cost?
— the Don (@DonNorman11) June 4, 2019
Since I’m 57 and only completed 8th grade – have never received aid or help from the government – paid them plenty though – when do I get my check in the mail to make up for all the free stuff I never got?
— Tucker Peterson (@TuckerPeterson_) June 4, 2019
I worked through college and paid my own way. Guess what? I have no student loan debt! Just how I planned it.
— Payprus (@PapyrusSauce) June 4, 2019
Did you not get a degree? You owe for the education. Some of us went to reasonable state colleges & worked. Get the government out of student loans!!!
— honeybunny97 (@MaryShuger) June 4, 2019
Hey Eric, I bought a car I couldn’t really afford. Can you help me pay it off? Oh by the way, I also own a home in CA and my mortgage is crazy expensive. Can you help with that? What do you mean those were my decisions as an adult!
Gee, thanks for the help.
— Todd Hendrix (@VolatilePuppet) June 4, 2019
How about if you can't afford it, don't go to college! I think that's a better idea.
— John Scott (@oljscott58) June 4, 2019
How about making better choices and avoiding debt.
— Kurt (@KURTinPA) June 4, 2019
Do you agree? If not, I will nuke you.
— Archie Jordan (@ajjordan_62) June 5, 2019
I started cracking up when he said “as president”???
— DFS Things (@DFSThings) June 4, 2019
He's running to cancel his college loan.
— Liz ??? ? OnwardThruTheSmog! (@LizzJustLizz) June 4, 2019
You should get a refund for your loan.
— Roshambo (@roshambo111) June 4, 2019
you got ripped off, unless you have a degree in ripping us off
— David (@mrtweeterverse) June 4, 2019
He’d still appreciate it if you’d throw a buck his way so he can get on stage at the debates without having to rush past security.
‘Talk about a SH*T SHOW!’ Just when you thought Eric Swalwell couldn’t get any MORE desperate he shares this doozy of an ad https://t.co/Ml09qBD7hP
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) June 3, 2019