I feel our current President has made our student loan problem much worst and I feel he could correct it with one instrument: His Pen. Here is what he will do. He will tell that the Republicans are evil; he will appoint a committee (Mostly Union members of the National Education Administration NEA; Democratic and even Sophie the cleaning lady and will tell at a Press conference or at a campaign stop in Schenectady New York he will “listen to their recommendations” Then a day before judgment day he will sign with his Cross pen an executive order to prevent it from happening. What does this prove? He wants to make it much worst that it really is and its his way to show he cares. Who knows he might appoint a Student Loan Czar so it wont happen again. Who knows maybe Bill Ayers (his ghost author of his first book and he even knowledeged him) might be that Czar. Here is how to solve it. Let the states and banks take it over; place all the quotes online and let the students find the best rates and apply that way. Going through the Federal Government isn’t right for anyone it isnt right at all.

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