Originally posted by WoodPush
This article argues that republicans are abandoning higher education because it's no longer profitable to train our workforce since globalization has made educated foreigners a cheap commodity.
Is this true? And if not, why are the candidates seemingly turning their back on ...[text shortened]... for higher education rather than proposing ways to fix it to not be an "indoctrination mill"?
The article is disturbed by "Mitt Romney's advice to high school seniors considering college: shop around, try to save money and don't count on government help"
Does anyone really think that is bad advice? In fact, I cannot even see how this is controversial. Just because a politician tells you that the government may not pay 100% for something you want (let's call it x) , does not at all mean that government is anti-x.