That's the most negative scenario. If you can afford to study for years, and make a ton of money, you can easily miss some for less fortunate persons. Also, people just are different, and there's lots of people who have hard times learning a job worth doing, and get treated like ****************. I don't see standing up for those as something bad. But I'm not going to go into the whole humanity vs. egomaniac moneygrabber debate again, so I'll just conclude it with **************** YOU
Most people CAN'T afford to study. What do they do? They get off of their asses and work like hell to get what they need. WORK. Not just sit by and wait for the government to give them "what's theirs".
I'm not saying that I don't care for the less fortunate, far from it. I am saying, however, that everyone can work for the good of the community as a whole. This nation has lost it's sense of unity, and everyone is in it for the money and the money alone.
People who have a "hard time" learning to do something are usually just lazy. That's it. They throw up an excuse so that they don't have to try. They try and make it seem like they are a victim instead of getting up, and fighting for their own selves, without waiting to be fought for.