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College is hard. For some, it’s the set of 4 – 13 years of your life where you have to exchange the luxuries of cleanliness and warmth for a brighter future and Mitt Romney’s best advice for the cold and hungry students is to “borrow money from [their] parents if [they] have to.”
Romney pointed to sandwich chain Jimmy John’s, in which owner Jimmy John Liautaud borrowed $20,000 from his father (in return for 48% of the business) to start the shop.
“We’ve always encouraged young people: Take a shot, go for it. Take a risk, get the education, borrow money if you have to from your parents, start a business,” said Romney, whose wealth is estimated upwards of $250 million.
Recession got you down? Well Obama’s trying to Jew Oprah out of her job as seemingly-most-giving black person. Surprisingly enough, this black guy can not only read, but he chooses to. He reads 10 letters a night and occasionally even writes back and if you’re lucky, with a check.
“It’s not something I should advertise, but it has happened,” President Barack Obama told reporter Eli Saslow, author of the new book, “Ten Letters: The Stories Americans Tell Their President.”
Saslow has spent a year poring over the presidential mail, sent from Americans weathering the desperate economic climate. There’s Natoma Canfield, the cleaning woman battling cancer who can’t afford to pay her medical bills.
“You have such a positive spirit,” Obama wrote to Destiny Mathis,