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Hannah Bell Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Dec-29-10 03:25 PM
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4. because that would spoil the ruling class plan to entangle the bottom 50% in debt &
send them off to debtors prisons for use as slave labor.
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  -For-Profit Colleges Slump Converges With Debtors marmar  Dec-29-10 03:15 PM   #0 
  - Some fuckwit unrecced this.  Systematic Chaos   Dec-29-10 03:23 PM   #1 
  - K & R  Lorien   Dec-29-10 11:46 PM   #17 
  - "Under U.S. law, their loan obligations can rarely be discharged in bankruptcy"  KansDem   Dec-29-10 03:24 PM   #2 
  - because that would spoil the ruling class plan to entangle the bottom 50% in debt &  Hannah Bell   Dec-29-10 03:25 PM   #4 
  - Where the ruling class can make MORE money off them. nt  valerief   Dec-29-10 03:54 PM   #5 
     - You have to admit, they do pay the prison workforce as well as the average Somali. nt  DCKit   Dec-29-10 05:08 PM   #12 
        - Ha!!! nt  valerief   Dec-30-10 07:47 PM   #21 
  - A friend of my son told him that once he and his sister were through college,  SoCalDem   Dec-29-10 04:12 PM   #6 
  - ... with Mom & Dad living there as long as they live ... Maybe?  NNN0LHI   Dec-29-10 05:13 PM   #13 
  - Because a lot of students would graduate, hang out at the their parents house unemployed, and then .  aikoaiko   Dec-29-10 04:16 PM   #7 
  - yes, that must be it.  Hannah Bell   Dec-29-10 04:20 PM   #8 
  - You can't discharge credit card debt that easily anymore. nt  Confusious   Dec-29-10 04:32 PM   #9 
  - That has been the law for ages  Travelman   Dec-29-10 05:05 PM   #11 
     - And the 2005 bankruptcy law says you gotta repay your debt. nt  valerief   Dec-29-10 05:18 PM   #14 
        - Right, but this was the case with student loans  Travelman   Dec-29-10 05:22 PM   #15 
           - I wonder if student loan debt is bundled and sold on the derivatives market.  valerief   Dec-29-10 05:23 PM   #16 
  - The wonderful results of the free market in education. The poor get useless degrees and endless  Hannah Bell   Dec-29-10 03:24 PM   #3 
  - Common sense says this is wrong and should be stopped. Money will allow it to continue.  cottonseed   Dec-29-10 04:36 PM   #10 
  - Hey why not combine check cashing places with 'Hallmark' colleges?  Rex   Dec-29-10 11:50 PM   #18 
  - K&R  ck4829   Dec-30-10 08:40 AM   #19 
  - Take out "for-profit' at the beginning because this applies to ALL colleges.  newtothegame   Dec-30-10 02:09 PM   #20 
  - I tried to explain this to my niece who will have 60,000 in student loans to repay.  sarcasmo   Dec-30-10 08:34 PM   #22 

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