Recession, Student Loan Forgiveness, and Inflation


“A recession occurs when the economy shrinks for two consecutive quarters.”

That was the definition before Joe Biden and the Democrats decided to change the definition to cover up the fact that we are IN an inflation.

I have no idea who got to the economists that are going along with the new cock and bull definition, but they are wrong, wrong, wrong … and stupid.

Student Loan Forgiveness

Ever wonder about the student loan forgiveness BS that Joe Biden and the Democrats are floating around?

“Student loans generally require that you pay back the loan with interest, while financial aid packages like scholarships and grants typically do not need to be paid back.”

Enough said.


Inflation is a decrease in the purchasing power of money, reflected in a general increase in the prices of goods and services in an economy.”

I’m done. ~CE

Money For Nothing
by Dire Straits

4 thoughts on “Recession, Student Loan Forgiveness, and Inflation”

  1. It used to be in school that you were taught that if you borrow anything, you returned it. Now if they borrow something, they pule until someone just gives it to them because they are so disgustingly shameless.

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