Word of the American Education Scam Has Obviously Reached Mexico
Hey! Everyone deserves to go to college, right? Just like it is everyone's God-given right in this country to own a home. So what if the erosion of our social contract and pledge to stupidity has stretched so far it now treats American citizens worse than illegal immigrants, as long as everyone gets that edu-ma-cation they are entitled to who cares!
This sickens me.
The issue of benefits for illegal immigrants landed at the state Supreme Court on Tuesday, as out-of-state students challenged a law allowing anyone who has graduated from a California high school to pay in-state tuition at a public university, regardless of immigration status.
The 2002 law, intended to encourage youngsters to attend college, enables undocumented students to pay the same lower fees as other state residents - at the University of California, $11,300 instead of $34,000 a year.
A lawyer for 42 non-Californians who pay the higher fees at UC, state university and community college campuses argued that the statute is discriminatory and violates federal immigration law.
"One of the privileges of U.S. citizenship is not being treated worse than an illegal alien," attorney Kris Kobach told the court at a hearing in Fresno.
Intended to encourage which youngsters exactly? At some point the fraud of education needs to be exposed, as does the fallacy that one is somehow entitled to it as an American. It's that fucking American Dream bullshit they programmed into you gone wild, whereupon you also demand "free" health care because it is your right, "free" paltry government pensions because it is your right, and easy access to a big ass house you can fill with lots of shit because that is somehow your right. Please. The more people buy into that (and hey! Let's throw some illegal immigrants in there too because it is their right now that they're on our turf, right?), the more debt they can pile you with. Buys them one more day.
"Relentlessly lowering the bar to make sure everyone gets a piece" has apparently failed as a strategy and - ooops! - the unwashed masses caught on.
Here's what I want to know: why do we still call it "undocumented" when these people obviously have to be processed by the system just to accomplish the simplest tasks like, oh I don't know, getting an education at a state school? And if higher education is truly meant to make one more employable like TPTB would love you to think, who is hiring these still undocumented but with a degree people?