The White House and congressional Democrats have a series of complex legislative maneuvers they've passed regarding an unpopular health care scheme comprised of thousands of pages of legalese.

Please read the following excerpt from Committee on Education and Labor 3/16/2010 Rep. John Kline:

Democrats are planning to eliminate the Federal Family Education Loan (FFEL) program, which has leveraged hundreds of billions of dollars in private sector capital since 1965 to help Americans pay for college. They will replace it with 100 percent Direct Lending, in which the federal government originates and oversees every single college loan in the country. Last year, there were more than 1,200 active lenders in the FFEL program. Contrast that with the Department of Education’s much-heralded announcement that it had contracted with a total of four servicers for its Direct Loan program.