In Bernie's world when you graduate from your free, taxpayer-funded college you are given a free, taxpayer-funded house as a gift. https://t.co/mv5eRQC7CR
— Chris Stamper (@CStamper_) January 4, 2017
Senator Bernie Sanders’ presidential hopes might be over, but his “free” crusade is still going strong and has now expanded from college to home affordability:
Let me be as clear as I can: It is unacceptable that millions of college graduates cannot afford to buy their first home.
— Bernie Sanders (@SenSanders) January 3, 2017
First of all, Sanders could fortunately be of personal assistance in this area:
You could always give them one of the three that you own. https://t.co/PgJSm6Zv7z
— History Prof Brad (@brad_duren) January 4, 2017
So how many of your 3 homes are you donating to college grads? https://t.co/5rlYcDNZiD
— DJ (@blaubok) January 4, 2017
Why don't you sell 2 of your 3 homes and help some kids pay for college? https://t.co/FJNMoIrF5A
— Nathan Wurtzel (@NathanWurtzel) January 4, 2017
Ironically, home affordability doesn’t seem to be a problem for a certain anti-greed socialist public servant.
GP Don't major in fill-in-the-blank studies and you'll be able to repay your debts and buy a house. https://t.co/WQyBJE7j7F
— The Gormogons (@Gormogons) January 4, 2017
For the life of me I can't understand how starting your adult life $100k in debt, w a degree everyone else has, is a hurdle to homeownership https://t.co/jK5PRtxM55
— Opthomas Prime (@RevTomDotCom) January 4, 2017
@SenSanders "Millions of college graduates"… major in worthless subjects. Contact the placement office for stats before selecting a major.
— Tom (@BoreGuru) January 3, 2017
1st home? I really don't see why people shouldn't be entitled to at least 3 homes. Like their senators. https://t.co/w9vRKPAkKi
— Heimish Conservative (@HeimishCon) January 4, 2017
— The 57th State ℅EF™ (@EF517_V2) January 4, 2017
@SenSanders They gambled on useless degrees. They made poor choices. Like the college your wife bankrupted.
— Bob Owens (@bob_owens) January 4, 2017