Your words make you sound future republican, who will benefit fun the tax breaks the wealthy get, while those who make less pay a higher proportion of their wages in taxes. As warren buffet stated, it is rather ludicrous that he, a billionaire pays less in taxes than his secretary does, when you consider the percentages each paid. I think if you maybe taxed the wealthy a little bit more, federal lrap could help people who are interested in pi work, but maybe come from middle class backgrounds and want to provide future generations what they had growing up. I don't think that's unreasonable.
You're making incorrect assumptions about my political leanings, and also trying to tie a bunch of unrelated issues together. My position is that debt forgiveness for someone making 80K is nothing but welfare for the rich.
I'm not asking for those who are struggling to pay. I'm asking for those who have exorbitant sums of money to put a few more drops in the tax collection bucket, so I don't have to necessarily become a biglaw cog and vote for presidents who will help me keep more of my bonus check.
Well, the whole point is that making 80K you don't need to become a biglaw cog. You can service your debt and still remain at a comfortable income, though maybe not as comfortable as those in your class who went into BigLaw. You're asking for those who make exorbitant sums of money to put more money in to support your desire to maintain an upper-class standard of living. Should they be obligated to hand over their money to prop up someone's upper-class lifestyle?