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U.S. Congressman Barry Loudermilk

  Rep. Loudermilk: Democrats Are a Party of Double Standards

  Press Release: Rep. Loudermilk: President Biden’s Student Loan Debt Forgiveness is an Insult to Hardworking Americans
  Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) issued the following statement after President Biden announced his student loan debt forgiveness plan on Twitter:

“President Biden’s student loan debt forgiveness scheme is an insult to the millions of hardworking Americans who have worked so hard to pay off their student loans and other debts. Not only does this decision raise legal concerns, it will also not help inflation and will cost American taxpayers an estimated $300 billion. This is yet another example of just how out of touch President Biden is with a majority of Americans who just want us to rein in out-of-control inflation, need affordable goods, gas, groceries, less crime, and secure borders.” 

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  Rep. Loudermilk Supports Letter to Speaker Pelosi Urging Congressional Act Against President Biden's Student Debt Forgiveness Scheme  
  In the News: ‘Slap in the Face’: Rep. Loudermilk, Republicans Enraged after Biden ‘Forgives’ Billions in Student Debt
  National Review:

Republican lawmakers blasted Joe Biden’s Wednesday executive order to “forgive” billions of dollars of federal student-loan debt, arguing that the “scheme” benefits the upper class, and transfers the cost to taxpayers, the majority of whom did not attend college.

Biden’s order “cancels” $10,000 in federal student debt for individuals making under $125,000 annually and households making under $250,000 annually, as well as relieving $20,000 in debt for Pell grant recipients. 

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In the News: Marines look back 1 year after the Abbey Gate attack
  Marine Times:

Cpl. Wyatt J. Wilson watched the flood of Afghans seeking refuge bottlenecked outside Abbey Gate at Kabul’s Hamid Karzai International Airport in the hot, late August 2021 days leading up to the end of America’s longest war.

He and his fellow Marines scanned the perimeter, pushing back those who didn’t clear security, sometimes taking babies handed over barbed wire into the safe zone.

Maj. Benjamin F. Sutphen had been running nonstop starting in March 2021 to put plans ­together, move equipment and people out of Afghanistan as the withdrawal at the end of the month fast approached. 

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