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Wednesday, October 14, 2009


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What about the side effects of this? Was there an increase in the use of public transportation? Was there an increase of car pooling to work? Bike sales?

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I think there are advantages as well.Let's look at it,what are the positive result of the program.More fuel efficient cars were used that means keeping the environment clean.Also,preventing pollution at the same time preventing illness.

Brian Wolfman

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Brian Wolfman


Cash for clunkers didn't significantly help the auto industry. It did, however, hurt taxpayers, the poor, auto reapir shops and charities that need the revenue from car donation.

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