'Cash For Clunkers' Broke

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Vol 45 Issue 32

Plague In China

Ziketan, a farming town of 10,000 in the Qinghai province of China, has been locked down in an attempt to prevent the spread of pneumonic plague....
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'Cash For Clunkers' Broke

Less than a month after it began, the federal "Cash for Clunkers" program—which provides owners of older vehicles with a $4,500 credit toward the purchase of a more fuel-efficient car—has run out of money. What do you think?
  • "Oh, well. I still think I can get a better offer from another government."

    Theo Cleary
    Propeller Inspector
  • "Great, first they end my local toys-for-guns program, and now this. Soon no one's going to reward you for acquiring things that make the world a shitty place."

    Paul Bachman
    Lacquer Polisher
  • "This is a slippery slope. First you're helping people pay for cars, then you're socializing health care, and the next thing you know you're making shaky black-and-white films with blurry close-ups of broken glasses and bloodstains. Where does it end?"

    Lucy Wenc
    Building Inspector
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