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Thursday, November 02, 2006

Nancy Pelosi Is A Friend of Federal Student Loan Aid: Let's Make Her Speaker of The House

Bill Moyers is an American hero.

Did you see the PBS show "Capitol Crimes?" If you haven't, you need to watch it before voting next week. To be perfectly frank, I can't see how anyone could vote Republican with the knowledge of what Tom Delay did as a Republican leader in The House of Representatives.

But, not all Republicans are bad, right? Well, maybe not all, but if you saw the standing ovation that Mr. Delay received just before he left Washington in disgrace, you can't help but wonder if most Republicans are in fact corrupt. Bottom line: I think most Republicans admire Mr. Delay, and I think that they would have him back as leader is given the choice.


Let's Get America Back on Track!

Do America a favor and vote for a Democrat on November 7th. The Republicans don't deserve to lead The House, and they should be relegated to minority status. Plain and simple.

So what does all this have to do with student loans? Glad you asked.

You see, if the Democrats take control of Congress, then Representative Nancy Pelosi will become Speaker of The House, and, unlike most Republicans, Nancy Pelosi is a friend of federal student loan aid programs. Over the past couple of years, the Republicans have cut funding to student loan programs, thus making it harder for smart and deserving kids who don't have parents with deep pockets to get ahead in the world.

Of all the programs the Republicans could have raided, why federal student loans? It's about priorities this time around, and the Republicans have demonstrated that their priorities are not the priorities of the American people.

Thanks for voting on November 7th.


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