Should Students Be Required to Pay Back Their Student Loans?

What sort of asinine question is that? And how STUPID do people have to be to think they DON’T have to pay a loan back?

You borrow the money to go to school – you borrow someone else’s money to “buy” a product, in this case, that product is your education, you need to pay it back, dumb ass. It’s a loan. That’s what a loan means – you borrow money, you pay it back.

I mean seriously, people. DUH. You don’t want student loans? Then don’t borrow money. Get a job and pay for the classes as you go along. Sure. It’ll take you longer to get through school, but you won’t be $60,000 dollars in the hole after graduation. You don’t want $60,000 student loans? Then don’t go to a university where they charge you $60,000 – go to a cheaper school. But you want to go to a more expensive school? Well, I want to quit my job and travel the world.

You don’t always get what you want. You compromise and make sacrifices. It’s called real life.

But it’s not fair,” you whine?

Tough. Life’s not fair. Get over it.

Stop being such a whiny ass and buck up. NOTHING IS FREE. GET OVER IT.

OMG, this stuff drives me bat-shit crazy. We have spent the last 100 years brainwashing people into thinking they’re entitled to crap – that some magic fairy is going to come along, wave his magic wand and *POOF*, you get everything you could possibly want. Screw the people you’re getting it from, they EXIST to serve you. They EXIST to grant your every wish … AAARRGGHH….

I’m sorry, but this entitlement attitude just really pushes my buttons.

Look. If you want something, work for it. If you need money to get that something and you borrow money to get it, pay your damn loan back.

It’s not rocket science. Stop acting like people exist to give you things. It’s insulting.

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Audio Teaching: Understanding the Book of Romans: Righteousness by Faith in Christ

by John Schoenheit
The book of Romans is the great doctrinal treatise that forms the foundation of the Christian faith and clearly sets forth that salvation comes by faith in Jesus Christ. Many people are overburdened by sin because they erroneously think it puts their salvation in doubt. Christians who believe in Christ think that if they commit sin, then God will not allow them to live forever. The New Testament teaches a great message of blessing and hope that when a person has faith in Christ, he or she is righteous in the eyes of God, that is, he or she has “right standing” with God.

To be righteous in God’s sight was the great desire of God’s people in the Old Testament, and Deuteronomy 6:25 says that if the Jews were careful to obey all the Law they would be righteous. Because “righteousness” was so important to the Jews and such a big part of the Old Testament, Romans couches what believers have from God as “righteousness,” instead of the more well-known word, “salvation.” Now, after the death and resurrection of Christ, people are righteous in God’s sight by faith in Christ alone. In this teaching, John Schoenheit covers what “righteousness” is, how it was obtained during Old Testament times, how it is obtained today, how it relates to “salvation,” and why so many Christians ignore the testimony of Romans and seek right standing with God by trying to do good works.

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