the cash for clunkers program.
For the economy it's good news, but the government's miscalculation has some a little nervous.
This cartoon pretty much sums it up! LOL
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Answer by Anonymous at 9:53 AM on Aug. 1, 2009
I'm very sure they did not sell that many cars.....My daughter is one example who really needs a new car, and would of LOVED to trade in her clunker, guess what? Good thing she did not turn in her clunker and bought a new car, because she was just laid off from her job! She would have been stuck in a car payment without a job. Example two, I would have LOVED getting a new car and traded in my clunker (that's paid for as well as my daughters btw) I need to pay my mortgage payment before buying anything else. And I am certain there is tons of other people who would have LOVED to trade in the old cars we are now driving because they are paid for and are getting clunky.....I guess that's better than acquiring any new debt, in a new car that comes with a car payment every month.
Answer by tyme4me2day at 10:29 AM on Aug. 1, 2009