In Support Of Student Loan Cancellation, AOC Dons 'Tax The Poor' Dress | Eastern North Carolina Now | New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez showed her solidarity with Biden's move to use poor taxpayers' money to pay off wealthier Americans' student loan debt, donning a "Tax The Poor" dress and posing for pictures.

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    NEW YORK, NY     New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez showed her solidarity with Biden's move to use poor taxpayers' money to pay off wealthier Americans' student loan debt, donning a "Tax The Poor" dress and posing for pictures.

    "Tax the poor! Tax the poor!" chanted Ocasio-Cortez with her adoring fans. "There are like, so many working-class people out there living these amazing debt-free lives. It is just so not fair that someone who chose to go to a private school and do women's studies can't also live without the burden of loan payments! I will not stop fighting until every garbage collector and mailman has paid their part so we too can live debt free!" shouted Ocasio-Cortez, who then pantomimed the handcuffs of debt that shackle rich college graduates.

    While independent analysis of Biden's move has assessed it as a transfer of debt from affluent college graduates to poorer high-school graduates, Rep. Ocasio-Cortez has steadfastly maintained the importance of everything being free. "People seem to be saying that this is the reverse of Robin Hood, 'stealing from the poor to give to the rich.' But Robin Hood is like, a criminal. Who cares what a cartoon fox in a green hat says? Foxes all probably want to date me anyway!"

    At publishing time, AOC applauded as a minimum-wage McDonald's worker was black-bagged and hauled into the back of an IRS van for failing to pay their $10,000 "special bonus 2022 tax."

poll#160
Are you in favor of the Joe Biden Executive Order, just weeks before the midterm elections, to shift the Higher Education debt, of up to $10,000.00 per individual, to the taxpayers of this Republic (estimated at 1/2 trillion)?
  Yes, it costs so much to go to college, and the right job is so hard to find in my focus of study.
  No, one's individual debt should be born by the beneficiary of that debt; certainly NOT by others that work to support their own families and pay their own debts, and their taxes.
  I am bereft of knowledge, so who cares?
227 total vote(s)     What's your Opinion?


poll#154
Inarguably, the policies of the Democrats in congress and Joe Biden as the Executive is plunging the United States into a recession, if we are not already there; a recession that was completely avoidable. Will abrupt changes in policies occur in time?
  Yes, the Democrats have a bold plan, yet to be revealed, to save us.
  No, there will have to be a complete undoing of the damage done by these Democrats.
  I can't do simple math, so how am I to understand the concept of basic economics.
799 total vote(s)     What's your Opinion?

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