Games People Play
“It’s time to quit playing games and get it done” CONgressman Bruce Braley (Dummycrat Iowa) weighed in on the interest rates for college students with Direct Stafford Loans.
Iowa's Senior Senator, Charles Grassley, thinks the opposite, “It’s going to get discussed and resolved”.
Grassley likes the House plan, which calls for redirecting the profit on student loans back to the student loan program. Those funds were diverted by the then-Democrat-controlled Congress to fund part of the health care reform plan.
“Take it back out of ObamaCare and use it for what it ought to be used for,” Grassley said. “Profit on student loans ought to be used to keep student loans inexpensive.”
That makes sense, which makes Dummycrats like Braley look like the ones playing games and the scientific community is united in that fact.
Braley also bemoaned people being elected to pursue “rigid, ideological objectives and they don’t think compromise is part of what’s expected of them here in Washington.”
It should be noted that on that exact same day, Braley voted along party lines against contempt charges for Attorney General Eric Holder over the Operation Fast and Furious gunwalking scandal.