Have you ever heard the saying “there’s no such thing as a free lunch”? Or, if you’re from the South “there ain’t no such thing as a free lunch”? Good, now if you know any Democrats, go tell them, because none of them seem to grasp it, especially the politicians. These elected officials think that we’re dumb enough to think that if they offer us something for free, we’ll just be so delighted that we will forget it has to come out of someone’s hide. And sadly sometimes they’re right.
This is the case with the socialist Bernie Sanders, and his buddy Kamala Harris. The two of them put forward a bill in the Senate that would make “colleges and universities tuition-free for the vast majority of Americans.”
I introduced a bill w/@BernieSanders & others to make public colleges and universities tuition-free for the vast majority of Americans.
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) April 4, 2017
It’s like she’s stringing together words that she thinks will make people happy without grasping their meaning at all.
This means the exact opposite of what it says. If colleges are tuition-free, they're actually PAID FOR by the vast majority of Americans. https://t.co/xj20ulZYyi
— Leslie… will not comply ن (@LADowd) April 5, 2017
And so I guess that means all Professors will be willing to work for Free? NOTHING I repeat NOTHING in life is free
— MelanieC (@bbgymmom) April 5, 2017
Exactly, & watch the"free" colleges get even more expensive, because they can now charge the government more. Idiots. https://t.co/NIsR8EJvNy
— We the People Game (@GameCzar1) April 5, 2017
These folks get it, why don’t they run for office? I know, because their co-workers would be idiots.
They keep throwing around the word “free” as if it makes them generous. It doesn’t make them generous, it makes them pickpockets of the working American.
And don’t think we don’t see what’s happening here. You make some form of college education free and colleges will just wilt down into being another part of the public school system with low standards where everyone gets passed along because they’ll just stay forever if you don’t kick them out. Then if someone wants to be set apart, they’ll have to go to a super special ivy league, where all the good professors will jockey for teaching positions. It’s widening the gap in class separation, don’t think we don’t see that.