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Sir Charles

Sir Charles

6/29/2012 9:07:27 PM
People think that they deserve what other's have, simply 'because'. People think that they deserve the same education as another person, even when they've worked less and have chosen to not put the effort into attaining grants, scholarships, federal loans, and private loans (all of which are very accessible, anyway). People think that they deserve healthcare, even when they made bad educational decisions, bad career decisions, and just 'because'. World, you need to realize something: You're not entitled to -blam!-. [url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fSBFyZOhuKE]Watch this video.[/url] She explains exactly why you aren't entitled to things that negatively affect other people. Let me repeat that: YOU DON'T HAVE THE RIGHT TO TAKE FROM OTHER PEOPLE. You want to know what you should do if you want a good education? Go to a decent public school. Instead of living in the -blam!- ghetto, why don't you move your damn family into low-income in a suburban area? I know it's not that easy, but I do know of a multitude of families that live in low-income housing, in suburban areas. Nice suburban areas, might I add. So even while you or your parents may be unemployed, you can still get a decent public education. Want a good higher education? Do good in public school. Apply for scholarships. Do well enough for grants. Take out a federal loan like every other student CAN do. Yes, all of you can do that. And do what other people do, too: take out loans with banks. Yes, YOU can do that, too. Want better healthcare? Get a higher education that means something. Don't get a job in women studies, because there aren't jobs worth -blam!- with that degree. Go into engineering. Go into business. Go into law. Go into medicine. Those all have GREAT job opportunities, even with a fairly high unemployment rate. You'll get a well-paying job that can support not only yourself, but your family, and all their healthcare needs. So in a concluding statement (and a tl;dr for those who can't read), take responsibility for your life. People don't owe you -blam!-. EDIT: I should probably mention that I do support universal child healthcare. Children didn't do anything to be put into the situation they're in, so if they're in poverty, they do deserve healthcare. [Edited on 06.29.2012 3:39 PM PDT]

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