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Mitt Romney to students: You're on your own

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Published on Apr 24, 2012

The Massachusetts decline from 37th to 47th in job growth under Governor Mitt Romney was not just a coincidence - his cuts to job training and higher education helped make Massachusetts less competitive. Now, Romney wants give massive new tax cuts to the wealthiest while making dramatic cuts to job training and higher education on a national level.

Even with college costs increasing, Romney bragged about his cuts to higher education and his answer to a student asking aboutaffordability was 'shop around'. Romney's rhetoric on college reflects his priorities and worldview: cutting taxes for the wealthy is more important than investing in an economy that works for the middle class.

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