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Di Leo: In the Student Loan Game, Everything is Relative

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By John F. Di Leo Student loan art AT

The news of the week concerns a number: $10,000.

It’s a well-chosen number, easy to remember. A solid amount of money, not too much, not too little. A number that any American can understand.

We may fairly say that the poorest among us cannot really conceive of $1 billion… And that the richest among us have no appreciation for the fact that $20 means something to some people. But rich and poor alike know what $10,000 is.

So, when the Biden-Harris regime proposes a $10,000 giveaway to current and former college students, as a payoff for student loans, everyone in America will have an opinion about it. People will either favor the move or oppose it; people will either think it’s too much or too little.

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