Opposition to Student Debt Cancellation “Churlish”

By: John Semmens

Democrat candidate for Georgia governor Stacey Abrams told a group of working-class voters at a campaign stop in Valdosta, Georgia that “those who oppose President Biden’s decree cancelling a portion of students’ college debt are being churlish.” For those not used to hearing the word, “churlish” is defined as “being rude in a mean-spirited and surly way.”

“The unity that the Democratic Party is trying to bring to this country requires that each person contribute his or her fair share to the collective welfare,” Abrams explained. “Those who don’t have what it takes to succeed in college have a duty to support those who do. These students are the intelligentsia of the nation. They are the ones with the brainpower to grasp the fundamentals behind a socially just society. Funding their education is essential.”

“To the individual who says ‘why should I have to pay for someone else to go to college?’ I say ‘chill,’” said the self-proclaimed “true winner” of the 2018 Georgia governor’s race. “Play the role assigned to you by the wiser heads who run the government. We have the knowledge and vision needed to determine what each person should put into the common pot and the most just way of distributing what comes out of that pot. When I am chosen as the state’s next governor you will see me implement this plan for Georgia.”

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