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The average rebate was $4,000. But the overwhelming majority of sales would have taken place anyway at some time in the last half of 2009, according to Edmunds.com. That means the government ended up spending about $24,000 each for those 125,000 additional vehicle sales.
(From article.) But the overwhelming majority of sales would have taken place anyway at some time in the last half of 2009, according to Edmunds.com.
Originally posted by bsbray11
reply to post by CanadianDream420
You don't know yet?
They don't really care about you.
Originally posted by ProfEmeritus
I'd like to hear from those members that believe that government run health insurance will be less costly than private insurance. Each $4,500 clunker voucher ended up costing the taxpayer $24,000.00!
If this statistic doesn't convince them, then nothing will.
Imagine what the "$800 billion" health care bill will REALLY cost!
Id like to see how they are going to "cut the overhead"....