Jeff Stahler for March 14, 2019


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    DD Wiz Premium Member 8 months ago

    Now the students of the rich parents need to learn a new lesson in a new college course. Not accounting, but ACCOUNTABILITY 101. Those accepted fraudulently need to be booted out. Those who were accepted fraudulently and already graduated need to have their fraudulent diplomas revoked.

    If the kids whine that their parents did it without their knowledge (likely story), and that it is UNFAIR, well, that is a lesson that is way, way overdue for these spoiled brats.

    The system is rigged. Billionaires, corporations — the few richest elites (the top 1% of the top 1%) who already have the most — play by their own set of rules while selling false hopes to others that if you work hard and play by the rules, you, too, have a chance.

    Sure, there is the rare exception that breaks through, but when you run a 100-yard dash and allow a few to start on the ten yard line, funny thing how much talent they display.

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    DaBoogadie Premium Member 8 months ago

    Whether it’s bribes or student debt, the money ends up in the same cesspool.

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    DanFlak  8 months ago

    It’s fair. I buy a gymnasium for the school and my kid gets in. A win-win for everyone.

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    sanderling75  8 months ago

    There are no unaware or innocent parties in any of this.

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    Alberta Oil Premium Member 8 months ago

    Not to worry.. Soon as Bernie becomes president this will all be redundant.. as education will be free to all. Besides, there will be no rich parents anyway.

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    William Green Premium Member 8 months ago

    … or dishonest

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    casonia2  8 months ago

    I disillusioned my kids when they hit junior high. I told them I wasn’t rich or connected enough to allow them to lead lives without working, so they’d better get educated and find work that they liked doing. They were shocked and depressed for a couple of days, but then they got with the program. I did say I’d do everything I could to help them, and working together we managed to get them through college without debt. But it wasn’t easy, it required a firm grip on reality and lotsa hard work all around.

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    Lolapoo Premium Member 8 months ago

    Looks like Hoover Tower in the background.

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    pjmarler.  8 months ago

    The kid should feel lucky, at least his dad isn’t the big, fat, orange, lying dope.

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