Originally Posted by SafetyBlitz
And if those same 95% were able to afford higher education/training, with help from the government, would they be lazy or victims for accepting it?
Or would they be industrious for taking the opportunity to better themselves. If that was paid for by taxing "job creators" a little more than they are now, would those same job creators not have the ancillary benefit of a better workforce to hire?
My questions are what did they do with the 12+ years of free education that was already given to them? If they made the most of it they probably qualify for scholarships or grants that would get them into college under the current system. Why do we need more? The country is flooded with college grads that can't find work as it is.