No, because taking out debt is a choice. Look, I don't like how high tuition is, and I'd like to work to lower it for future generations, but my generation had a choice. People didn't have to take out massive loans, and those that did played into the system. They should have to live with those choices. Here's something I typed up earlier about it:
"If Person A and Person B both want to become law professors, and both get into Yale Law School which would cost $300,000, and both get into Cardozo Law on a full ride. Person A doesn't want to be fucked over financially, so chooses Cardozo. Person B says "fuck it" and takes out $300,000 in loans. Shortly after graduation, the government forgives all student loan debt, letting Person B entirely off the hook and rendering Person A's sacrifice pointless. Person A's taxes even go toward paying off Person B's loans. And now Person B gets his dream job as a law professor because he attend Yale and yet Person A can't break into the law teaching market because he only attended Cardozo. You think THIS is okay? THIS is fair? THIS is moral? That Person A's life choices should be rendered meaningless and Person B shouldn't have to pay the premium for the choice they made and the benefits that came with it?"
And yea, you can call me selfish for feeling this way, but what's the mindset of the people pushing for debt forgiveness? Are they not also selfish? The only difference is they made an gamble, whereas I played it safe. And with gambles, you have to anticipate a chance of losing in the end.