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beep boop 11-12-2016 19:11

well i dont think they really cut her off i think they just lost this gem

dangerdoggie

beep boop 11-12-2016 19:13

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Originally Posted by Groove (Post 18673190)
free tuition for everyone would cost about the same as 3-4 months of the iraq war did

personally i'd choose to educate the entire country over waging a war overseas but thats just me

u know what tho, **** those brats.

i would rather put it to good use.

MadHatSam 11-12-2016 19:14

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Originally Posted by Captain Tele (Post 18673188)
now u just have to figure out how to get all those red county farmers, inside your blue state, to share any of that stuff with u

http://www.geocurrents.info/wp-conte...-Elections.png

http://www.mapsofworld.com/elections...california.jpg

phaytal 11-12-2016 19:15

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Originally Posted by samUwell (Post 18673169)
You mean, turned away more illegals than ever before. Deportations are way down.

Wrong - Obama Has Deported More People Than Any Other President - ABC News

beep boop 11-12-2016 19:15

and i cant wait for them to roll back common core

kids have to learn what work is like

Fool 11-12-2016 19:16

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Originally Posted by Groove (Post 18673190)
free tuition for everyone would cost about the same as 3-4 months of the iraq war did

personally i'd choose to educate the entire country over waging a war overseas but thats just me

The Iraq war cost $1.7T. The current student loan debt is $1.2T. There are 20 million students in the US right now, with an average tuition cost of $10,000 per year in tuition and fees for instate schools. This does not take into account room and board. That's an annual cost of $200,000,000,000. If you assume that the rate of tuition does not go up, and the number of students stays the same, and everyone attends instate public schools, and everyone graduates in 4 years, your cost is only around $1T every 5 years in addition to covering the initial student debt.

Would you care to revise your statement?

JoMo 11-12-2016 19:16

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Originally Posted by phaytal (Post 18673204)

ABC news is part of the state news network. Pls provide legit news source

cael 11-12-2016 19:17

i can't find any breitbart articles about obama deporting illegals so it must be wrong

phaytal 11-12-2016 19:19

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Originally Posted by JoMo (Post 18673209)
ABC news is part of the state news network. Pls provide legit news source

Fine - U.S. immigrant deportations down in 2014, but still near record high | Pew Research Center

Please tell me how Pew is part of the leftist media machine.

JoMo 11-12-2016 19:19

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beep boop 11-12-2016 19:21

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Originally Posted by Fool (Post 18673208)
The Iraq war cost $1.7T. The current student loan debt is $1.2T. There are 20 million students in the US right now, with an average tuition cost of $10,000 per year in tuition and fees for instate schools. This does not take into account room and board. That's an annual cost of $200,000,000,000. If you assume that the rate of tuition does not go up, and the number of students stays the same, and everyone attends instate public schools, and everyone graduates in 4 years, your cost is only around $1T every 5 years in addition to covering the initial student debt.

Would you care to revise your statement?

i never took his figures seriously and this would only how be for one generation anyway but u also raise a good point.

i mean how do u account for students to went to privileged schools and whatnot

cogzinofa 11-12-2016 19:22

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Originally Posted by Captain Tele (Post 18673192)
more than half of doesn't want to be inside California though

State of Jefferson: 2 of 3 Northern California secession measures defeated The Mercury News

the state of jefferson would end up being one of the poorest states in the country.

Editorial: State of Jefferson? It would be rugged, beautiful, very poor

and 1.4 million people? whatever :rolleyes:

Groove 11-12-2016 19:24

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Originally Posted by Fool (Post 18673208)
The Iraq war cost $1.7T. The current student loan debt is $1.2T. There are 20 million students in the US right now, with an average tuition cost of $10,000 per year in tuition and fees for instate schools. This does not take into account room and board. That's an annual cost of $200,000,000,000. If you assume that the rate of tuition does not go up, and the number of students stays the same, and everyone attends instate public schools, and everyone graduates in 4 years, your cost is only around $1T every 5 years in addition to covering the initial student debt.

Would you care to revise your statement?

According to 2012 data from the Department of Education, America***8217;s public colleges and universities collected $62.6 billion in tuition from students

http://nces.ed.gov/pubs2013/2013183.pdf

is anyone saying that you should forgive all past student debt and cover room and board?

Captain Tele 11-12-2016 19:25

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Originally Posted by cael (Post 18673199)
i believe they use what's called money to buy produce

w/ californian IOU money

that would be EL OH EL

probably union coupons that expired yesterday

Captain Tele 11-12-2016 19:27

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Originally Posted by cogzinofa (Post 18673215)
the state of jefferson would end up being one of the poorest states in the country.

Editorial: State of Jefferson? It would be rugged, beautiful, very poor

and 1.4 million people? whatever :rolleyes:

like I said, map out where your water comes from

what land it flows through

where all that produce comes from

all lumber, power, etc,

and you think cost of living in SF is bad now

maybe they could eat grubhub coupons and twitter feeds?

Fool 11-12-2016 19:27

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Originally Posted by Groove (Post 18673216)
According to 2012 data from the Department of Education, America’s public colleges and universities collected $62.6 billion in tuition from students

http://nces.ed.gov/pubs2013/2013183.pdf

is anyone saying that you should forgive all past student debt and cover room and board?

Pretty much everyone. Student loan debt is their primary concern.

As to your data, that is based on 4 year old information and does not include private school data, which typically have tuition rates 3x higher than their public brethren. Would you deny free college to people seeking to go to a private school?

beep boop 11-12-2016 19:29

Quote:

Originally Posted by Groove (Post 18673216)
According to 2012 data from the Department of Education, America’s public colleges and universities collected $62.6 billion in tuition from students

http://nces.ed.gov/pubs2013/2013183.pdf

is anyone saying that you should forgive all past student debt and cover room and board?

but how would u account for disparages in privs? some kids just take out bigger loans to go to better schools so would there be a system? how would the schools fair? did you think this out thoroughly? whats the incentive for better teachers?
etc

cael 11-12-2016 19:29

i'm sure the worlds 6th largest economy is really gonna struggle with issuing money

Captain Tele 11-12-2016 19:30

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Originally Posted by phaytal (Post 18673204)

revolving door revolved real fast

Ted Cruz: Obama administration released 104,000 'criminal illegal aliens' including 196 murderers

in one door and out the other

the other not being back to mexico

cael 11-12-2016 19:31

sum1's triggered


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