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Published: Tuesday, May 22 2012 5:00 p.m. MDT

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Go Utes!
Springville, UT

I work full time during the day and take night classes, it will take a little longer to graduate but i will have no student loan debt plus work experience that will help me find a job when i graduate. I would recommend this approach. Night classes, in my opinion have better instruction and the class sizes are much smaller, not to mention that the professors treat you like responsible adults and are more lenient because they know you have lives outside of school to deal with as well as school.

Liberal Ted
Salt Lake City, UT

Good thing barack believes everyone should have a college or university degree. Then everyone will have high paying jobs right? I guess we have the answer, when 1/2 of the graduating class won't be able to find a job, no less a job in the field that they studied.

At least the federal government has another $1 Trillion of debt to control the younger voting bloc. Now the demos just need to make the younger generation believe if they vote against them then their world will fall apart.

That hope, change and same old fear mongering that got us to where we are today.

Which leades to the next question, if baracks plan was soo good and his promise of cutting the deficit in half, after all he's smarter than any president in the history of this country and won the nobel peace prize for doing nothing. Then why isn't he running on his record of all of these great accomplishments? Especially his health care reform? Remember pelosi told us that we have to pass it to know what's in it....

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