At a rally in Manchester, New Hampshire today, Mitt Romney was asked about his plan to tackle the nation’s exploding student debt crisis.
In response, Gov. Romney said, essentially, that it was not the government’s job to get involved.
“It is very tempting as a politician to say, ‘ You know what, I will just give you some money. The government is just going to give you some money and pay back your loans for you,’” he said. “I am not going to tell you something that is not the truth, because you know, that is just taking money from your other pocket and giving it to the other pocket.
“I am not going to promise all sorts of free stuff that I know you are going to end up paying for,” he continued. Read More