Reader Suze Orman hasn't until yesterday talked about politics on her Facebook page, until the new proposed BUDGET by 45 administration was made public. Suze Orman has always been about educating people about money & finances. 45 proposed 2018 federal budget has alarmed many, with its drastic cuts to health research, the arts, and programs that aid the poor. And one of the most alarmed is financial guru Suze Orman, who took to her Facebook page to say how terrible this would be. But some of 45 supports and uneducated voters didn't like what Suze had to say on the subject told her to shut up and leave politics along.
So let me get this straight y'all willing to listen to this financial expert UNTIL she goes against the budget the guy you voted for has proposed, and now all of a sudden she's a troll who needs to shut up and stay out of it?!?
“The budget that was presented this morning targets the poor and literally takes away vital financial help that many people currently need,” Orman wrote. “From subsidies for heating oil for people who can’t afford to pay to heat their residences in the winter to Meals on Wheels just to name two of the more than 60 government agencies and programs that would be entirely defunded.”
Suze Orman Facebook Post:
People in my opinion it is going from bad to worse. The changes that are about to happen effect lot of people. Those with no money - those that live in rural areas- those that are elderly - those that possibly the only meal they get is the one at school -and on and on. Those of you that thought you would be better off under this administration just need to open you eyes everyone and really see what is happening. This new change for instance effects our students so you best all be aware of this Today the Dept of Ed. (as in Betsy Devos) told FEDERAL loan servicers to disregard an Obama order that prevented them from charging crazy interest rates to borrowers who got into a “rehabilitation” payment program within 60 days of defaulting. Basically, Obama ordered a grace period for the borrower and lender to work something out. Now that grace period is gone.