Pramila Jayapal wants everyone to know that 93% of student loan borrowers aren’t ready to resume payments on THE LOANS THEY TOOK OUT in May. And somehow that’s supposed to convince us to just cancel student debt.
93% of student loan borrowers say they’re NOT ready to resume payments in May.
We have to cancel student debt — NOW.
— Pramila Jayapal (@PramilaJayapal) March 2, 2022
Feel free to write them a check from your OWN account, Pramila.
How about this, Pramila? 100% of all taxpayers say they’re not ready to keep paying taxes.
We have to cancel taxes – NOW.
Double Student Debt !!!!
— Catturd ™ (@catturd2) March 3, 2022
Not my problem. They’re adults. They knew the terms of their loans when they signed. If they borrowed a ton for a degree that doesn’t pay enough, that’s on them.
— WitCoHE 🇺🇸 (@E__Strobel) March 3, 2022
This is called adulting.
They should try it.
& I am not ready to got work tomorrow, or the next day, or ever.
Which means I won't be ready to pay my mortgage, or frankly, any bills or other debts I have incurred.
Not to mention taxes – you have got to cancel those – NOW.
— 𝚂𝚖𝚒𝚛𝚔 (@FoundersGirl) March 3, 2022
Right? Let’s cancel ALL of the stuff we’re not ready to do or pay for.
Bills in general.
CANCEL THEM NOW.
100% of taxpayers say they’re NOT ready to resume payments, ever.
We have to cancel federal taxes — NOW.
— Bonk (@BonkPolitics) March 3, 2022
I still have to pay taxes. Weird.
— FunkyPox (@corrcomm) March 3, 2022
93% of student loan borrowers are going to have to buck up and repay their obligations.
— Barry Gadbois (@BarryGadbois) March 3, 2022
— Opinionated Witch🧙🏴☠️ (@opinionwitchy) March 3, 2022
I'm not ready to pay my quarterly taxes, can you cancel them?
— Nobody Special (@lakelife1969) March 2, 2022
I'm not ready to pay taxes. Can we cancel those?
— El Tiburon(Tibs) 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 (@eltiburon9000) March 3, 2022
HA HA HA HA
The economy is ‘roaring,’ and ol’ Joe has created six million jobs … get a job and make your payments.
Maybe if they spent less time being little activists in college they'd have learned something, like how to earn. You get colleges to lower costs, end government backed loans, and require high minimum GPAs to keep getting assistance and then you're on the road to solving a problem
— Scott Coleman (@bandphan) March 3, 2022
100% of people paying a mortgage are playing the world's smallest violin for them.
— Blue State Snooze (@BlueSnoozeBlue) March 3, 2022
We can hear it now.