Well, first of all, we need to increase our college graduation rates here in Arkansas, for example.
But we have already, at the state level, made two-year colleges very affordable. We have set up loan programs. There’s not any reason that someone cannot go through two years of college without going into debt. And so we’re taking that initiative.
Certainly, we need to hold down costs, but that’s not what the federal government needs to concentrate on, which is spending programs that are federally directed and federally managed. And so there’s two problems there. One is cost, and, secondly, that it’s federally managed, and I think those would be harmful to us.
All of the things that he’s proposing, from childcare and reducing childcare expenses for working families, to lowering the cost of education, it sounds great, but you have to look at the cost of it and how that’s going to be managed, and I think that’s problematic.