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With no vote of Congress, not a single public hearing on the final deal, and closed-door meetings conducted largely by Obama Administration officials who were never subject to Senate confirmation, the federal government now owns 60 percent of one of the world's largest multi-national corporations -- and American taxpayers will be left holding the bill for years.
What will it finally end-up costing tax payers?
More importantly: Who approved the expenditures?
by maven1017 years ago
A clunker that travels 12,000 miles a year at 15 mpg uses 800gallons of gas a year.A vehicle that travels 12,000 miles a year at 25 mpg uses 480gallons a year.So, the average Cash for Clunkers transaction will reduce US...
by spiderpam7 years ago
Car Allowance Rebate System (CARS) - Cash for Clunkers BillThe purpose of the bill is to remove older, inefficient cars from the road, and stimulate the auto industry, which has fallen on hard times. A similar program...
by TimTurner7 years ago
In another failed government attempt, the Cash For Clunkers program was billed as an environmental initiative. It turns out that almost one-third of the $3 billion deals made were swaps of old trucks/SUVS with new...
by TimTurner5 years ago
The stock market has risen about 15% in the last 3 months and about 80% in the last 8 months. Seriously?We are still losing close to 200,000 jobs a month and small businesses are hurting. The economic data...
by nicomp really7 years ago
Presenting 3 points to support both sides of the issue.Pro:1. The auto industry is hurting. People aren't buying new cars. Dealerships are closing and cutting back. Cash for Clunkers (C4C) encourages consumers to...
by Don W5 weeks ago
Do you remember when these statements were made?"Good morning ladies and gentlemen. The president has asked me, as his spokesperson, to tell you he was aware of the burglary at DNC headquarters in the Watergate...
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