09 August 2009

Not Everyone Likes Cash for Clunkers Program

The popular Cash for Clunkers program has allowed many people to enjoy a lifestyle slightly above their abilities. While the program isn't Living up to its purpose the damage its causing is duly outweighing its goal entirely.

By raping each working American of $60 ($20 each plus unlimited years of interest), those who were going to buy a car anyways is now buying one worth $4,500 more than they could've otherwise afforded, and has those who weren't going to buy a car, in tears.

"This is just another attempt at getting more and more people on welfare, and that's just what this is, welfare," said an area man upset at the way the Federal government uses his money. "There goes my lunch for the rest of the week. I could use some food stamps."

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