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Another Government Takeover!

The government is taking over the federal student loan program!  Wait…what?

Senator Lamar Alexander (Retard-TN) seems to have the same problem as those that rail against the government taking over their Medicare.  A government-run program. 

Congress Gives College Aid A Boost

More needy college students will have access to bigger Pell Grants, and future borrowers of government loans will have an easier time repaying them, under a vast overhaul of higher education aid that Congress passed Thursday and sent to President Barack Obama.

The legislation, an Obama domestic priority overshadowed by his health care victory, represents the most sweeping rewrite of college assistance programs in four decades. It strips banks of their role as middlemen in federal student loans and puts the government in charge.

One would think that was a good thing.  But here comes ol’ Senator Lamar “Yeehaw” Alexander to warn us of the horrors of the government taking control of a government program.

“The Democratic majority decided, well look, while we’re at it, let’s have another Washington takeover,” said Senator Lamar Alexander, Republican of Tennessee and a former federal education secretary. “Let’s take over the federal student loan program.”

You tell ’em Lamar.   You don’t need no stinkin’ government in this government-run program.  

This will give the Tea Baggers even more wet gunpowder for their revolution.

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  1. excelsior1
    March 30, 2010 at 11:39 am

    Light travels faster than sound…this is why some people appear “BRIGHT” until you HEAR them SPEAK!!

    • notimefortrivia
      March 31, 2010 at 5:34 am

      Spot on.

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