Do you think the government should forgive student loans?
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1,376 Votes

Do you think the government should forgive student loans?

Yes!

4

No!

33

Yes!

4 Comments
Eric Hecox
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Eric Hecox

If this were any other democratic nation in the world there would be no cost for higher education at all in the first place. We are the only free nation that discriminates against people getting a higher education based on wealth.

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Jake M
Jake M

Agreed, but it goes beyond wealth. Education is an investment in the future of the entire country. Look at most of the other responses here. People who want to destroy the country to protect a bad-haired 80 year old celebrity. Maybe $10K in student loans would have opened their minds

Gabe West
Gabe West

And this will cause more inflation and the taxpayers will pay for it

Chris
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Chris

Specifically, expand Public Service Loan Forgiveness.

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Dianne Price
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Dianne Price

They spend years paying them off!! It can put a real strain on their budget!

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Patrick Rogers
Patrick Rogers

These are some of the people who will probably default on other bills and then want taxpayers to bail them out. They signed the contract to repay their student loan and they should be held accountable.

GT Thomas
GT Thomas

And the promised to pay it back. They are slackers.

Kevin Crabtree
Kevin Crabtree

There is free education Serve your Country get free education and college help We should never give something for nothing that is why we are in this situation.

Gabe West
Gabe West

This will cause more inflation and cause a deeper recession and the taxpayers will pay for it

No!

33 Comments
L Daniel
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L Daniel

It's not fair to the parents who paid for their children's college educaiton nor to the people who have already paid off their student loans. And it will not improve the economy.

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Tamara Watsek
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Tamara Watsek

Is he trying to bankrupt the country? Worst President in history.

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Jake M
Jake M

Old Trump voter shaking her fist at the sky and asking why her own dreams got thrown out in an unrecyclable ripple bottle 40 years ago.

Dennis Rogers
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Dennis Rogers

I paid mine off. I don't want to pay off others.

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💛🖤 RAG 💛🖤
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💛🖤 RAG 💛🖤

They racked it up, they should pay for it and NOT the taxpayer!! this is pure misuse of power to solicit votes before the election.

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Jim Hipp
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Jim Hipp

Pay for your own education. Your not my kid!

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Jake M
Jake M

... and if you had gone to college you would know how to spell you're.

SomewhereAlong Nintyseven
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SomewhereAlong Nintyseven

Taxpayers shouldn't be saddled with debts like this. This is totally unfair to all those who paid off their own debts as well as all those who didn't take out student loans.

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Salli Mc
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Salli Mc

No, I payed mine. Let's not promote irresponsibility. (Colleges as well as personal.)

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Rebecca French
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Rebecca French

What is the precedent moving forward? I paid my student loan. Get a job, live within your means, and don't expect the American tax payer to pay your debt. You took the loan out, figure out how to pay it off

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Steven Lawrence
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Steven Lawrence

How is this fair to all Americans? More division between people caused by goverment

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Jake M
Jake M

Yeah, education bad. Storm capital like our 4 fathers wanted

Christena
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Christena

Though we should look at why it's so expensive in the first place, prices have skyrocketed. It's totally unreasonable.

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Sussie Due
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Sussie Due

He's just buying votes

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Paul Bianchina
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Paul Bianchina

No one forced the students to take the loans, and now everyone else has to pay for them? The bigger priority is taking the "Print Money" button away from the Democrats!!!

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Kimmy Wasatch
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Kimmy Wasatch

Absolutely not ! What kind of a message does this send, no need to take responsibility for your actions and just a political ploy to buy votes for midterms. Administration said this would happen right away but waited till now. Just like the inflation bill. Slap in the face to working Americans.

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Calvan Mason
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Calvan Mason

It's not my problem, Biden made it my problem.

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Kevin Crabtree
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Kevin Crabtree

pay mine back that I already paid

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GT Thomas
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GT Thomas

Senile Biden has no authority for this action.

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Jake M
Jake M

Hello Pot, this is kettle. Have you seen my keys?

Dan Belles
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Dan Belles

A "loan" is an agreement to repay. I attended as I could afford my college education. I paid my kid's way so they could attend without using loans. If someone can't afford their education, they should wait or pause their education.

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Jake M
Jake M

Yeah, the nerve of poor people thinking they have any right to better themselves!

MaryLou R Haffner
0
MaryLou R Haffner

I paid back every penny of the student loans that I took out many years ago. Besides, I question the legality of this being a function of the executive branch of our government.

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Karl LaCalli
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Karl LaCalli

Even though this helps my daughter it does not help this generation with responsibility.

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Kenneth Emmrich
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Kenneth Emmrich

They have lost their minds. No we should not. They don't have any concept of basic economics or personal responsibility. Brandon is only trying to buy votes this November.

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Jake M
Jake M

Isn't the Redmond police department doing anything to track you Proud Boys?

Gabe West
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Gabe West

This will cause more inflaton and futher into a recession!

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Gabe West
Gabe West

And the taxpayers will pay for it

Do you drive out of your way to find cheaper gas?
KTVZ Asked by KTVZ
623 Votes

Do you drive out of your way to find cheaper gas?

Yes!

1

No!

5

Yes!

1 Comment
Gabe West
0
Gabe West

Biden needs to open the keystone pipeline and resume oil drilling

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No!

5 Comments
Rick Allen
0
Rick Allen

NO I wont be inconvenienced to go out of my way and that is silly because you using fuel while driving out of your way, there is no benefit!

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Jane CommunityMember
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Jane CommunityMember

I already live near one of the cheapest places in Bend. There's a station in Madras that has much lower prices, but it's not worth the time and gas to drive there just to fill up.

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Sussie Due
0
Sussie Due

Thats like going from grocery store to grocery store to use coupons. In the end you waste money.

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Scott Mccoy
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Scott Mccoy

Saving even five cents a gallon is only going to save you fifty cents on a ten gallon fill-up.

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Will you watch the Biden-Trump debates on CNN and ABC?

Will you watch the Biden-Trump debates on CNN and ABC?

Yes

4

No

2

Yes

4 Comments
Harry D
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Harry D

It will be a remarkable contrast from everyday FJB, Joe won't be getting lost on stage, slurring words, tripping. I wonder what the difference will be? I wonder if Joe will have an earpiece telling him what to say ("pause", "salute the Marines")? We know the moderator will be biased. FJB

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Max DeYoung
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Max DeYoung

It'll be the best comedy show ever.

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Patty Crane
0
Patty Crane

The Democratic party had evolved into a Socialistic, corrupt and self-serving group that is bent upon the destruction of the middle class working taxpayer. They have adopted the Cloward-Piven protocol from the 60s, and have carried it farther than anyone ever dreamed possible. I fear the worst.

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No

2 Comments
Vernon Taylor
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Vernon Taylor

No need to watch. President Trump will destroy Crazy Joe's teleprompter.

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Marilyn Russell
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Marilyn Russell

I can't stand to hear Trump talk - he's delusional.

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Max DeYoung
Max DeYoung

You prefer the great orator, Joe Biden? Joe is is the poster child for the delusional.

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