This article addresses Obama’s latest move to grant free tuition for those attending community college. He wants the United States to have the most college graduates compared to other countries. The author of this article contradicts the belief that a college degree is a necessity. He establishes ethos by quoting a Penn State University professor, Edwin Herr. He states, “There are a lot of people destined for unhappiness if we simply say that everybody ought to go to college. I don’t think society in general requires everybody to go to college” (Billitteri). In some cases, people just need to have the fundamental skills for a certain job, not a college education. This author uses many different statistics and graphs to persuade his audience. He believes that college is not for every one and some students are not ready for college-level academics when they come out of high school. The author further goes on to explain that those who do end up going to college are not guaranteed to be successful. I believe that it all depends on the amount of effort you put into it and how much you care. Those who wish to be successful have to be willing to sacrifice their time and put a lot of hard work into it. At the same time I believe that school cannot teach you every thing you need to know in order to be successful. The best way to learn is through experience.