College Loans Not Good Enough for Illegal Aliens
No matter how much we are forced to give them, it will never be enough. They are allowed to invade our country in violation of the law, altering the demographics while making massive use of the welfare system. Not enough. They are permitted to attend our colleges rather than be sent packing back to their own land. Not enough. They are charged the vastly lower in-state tuition denied Americans from outside a given state. Not enough. They are pledged generous student loans. Still not enough:
Some students in the country illegally have complained that the millions of dollars the University of California system recently pledged to help them earn a college degree will come by way of student loans instead of grants.
As UC officials discuss specifics on how the $5 million UC President Janet Napolitano recently budgeted to support undocumented students will be allocated — much of which will go to student loan programs, it’s been decided – some student activists have bemoaned that it’s not fair to strap stressed out, disadvantaged students in the country illegally with college debt.
It would be oppression to expect them to repay loans. They should be given the money for free, after it has been stolen from the people whose country they are taking away through demographic conquest.
After they get their way, as they usually do, they will advance to the next goal: free tuition for illegal aliens. Let the racist gringo oppressors pay all the tuition. Our dying country exists to cater to the needs of those who invade it.
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